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Have a 92 f350 with a new transmission... will it bolt up to a f150 with a 351 egine?
The 460 Trans mission will not bolt up to the 351 Windsor it will bolt to a 351 Cleveland block tho
Posted on Jan 21, 2016
I guess the short answer is I doubt it.
The 460 engine should be a big block and the 351 is probably a large 302. I would expect the bolt pattern for the bell housing to be different along with the mounting and the tail shaft.
The 460 should have a bigger drive shaft than the 351.
If you can get the model of the 460 trans a salvage yard should be able to tell you if they will interchange.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the engine numbers if its the same engine then there is a good chance the box will fit but to be on the safe side check the gearbox number if that matchs then theres no problem yates210456
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
It should work for you as long as there both 4L60E transmission, but take not there were a few changes to the transmission case and everything internal are the same. The key distinction of the Later 4L60-E (1997-2006) from the Early 4L60-E (1992-1997) or 4L60 (1990-1992) or 700R4 (1982-1989) is the six-bolt "hex" rear output or tailhousing / adapter pattern. The previous versions featured a four-bolt square bolt pattern at the adapter or tailhousing. Additionally, the removeable bellhousing is also another distinguishing feature. The Late 4L60-E transmission has a three piece case of cast aluminum alloy; bellhousing, main case, and tailhousing. GM shortened the package to 21.9" long - equivalent to a manual transmission of 15.4". Good luck and you should not have any problems swapping out the transmission.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
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