rto9513 replacing r96

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rto9513 replacing r96

Postby mchusky62 » Fri Oct 11, 2013 7:13 pm

I have a 62 N257T with a r96 trans,push style throw out bearing and 13/4" input shaft. I bought a rto9513 trans from a salvage yard to replace the r96.My clutch housing(bellcrank) would not mate to the new trans. so they provided one that mated to trans. and to my flywheel housing. Now the problem is the throw out bearing and bellcrank over travel in order to try and depress the clutch fingers.The original housing bellcrank pivot point was 11/2" closer to clutch than my "new" housing. How do I get out of this jam?
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Re: rto9513 replacing r96

Postby Junkmandan » Sat Oct 19, 2013 8:53 pm

Some housings have dual drilling for either pull or push type linkage. Newer housings probably dropped that practice to save production costs. I assume you know the input shafts are different as well as input shaft collar for the pull v/s push type .
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Re: rto9513 replacing r96

Postby mchusky62 » Sun Oct 20, 2013 2:30 pm

both housing have the yoke assembly shaft below the input shaft of trans. ( push type) The problem is location of yoke assembly shaft. New housing shaft is further away from clutch .I'm taking the parts to Buffalo Clutch and se what they can do.
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