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Old 03-18-2011, 06:41 PM   #1
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Hole in Bellhousing

So today when I was changing the oil on my 1982 CJ i noticed a hole in the bellhousing. So I was wondering if a stock replacement or the blowproof bellhousing would be better? I am going to be using this for offroading but I am also going to have to drive quite some distance to hit any trail. Any suggestions??

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So today when I was changing the oil on my 1982 CJ i noticed a hole in the bellhousing. So I was wondering if a stock replacement or the blowproof bellhousing would be better? I am going to be using this for offroading but I am also going to have to drive quite some distance to hit any trail. Any suggestions??
its a 82' how hard was this thing wheeled? if it was run hard and lasted this long my moneys on stock,maybe go bullet proof if your puttin' in a blown big block!

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I'm pretty sure that the guy that I bought it from wheeled it pretty hard. I was thinking the same thing and i wish i could put a blown big block in, maybe later on down the line. Thanks for the help.
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How big is the hole? I had a bolt from the clutch pressure plate shoot through the bellhousing in my SVT Focus.. they were able to weld it up. If its small enough it might be worth looking at getting it welded
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