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Old 01-29-2004, 12:21 PM
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Question Lakewood 15203 for Tremec

Does the Lakewood 15203 bellhousing for the Tremec use a 2 or 3 bolt starter flange?? I purchased a CVR Starter for Ford FE and it has a 2 bolt Flange is this correct? It is the bellhousing that determines this correct?
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Well, for one thing, my Lakewood .pdf file says that bellhousing is for a T-5....so you might wanna check bellhousing depths, etc... before you go any further.

The block plate that it uses is a universal block plate...for several of their bellhousings. I have one on mine, and I also have the CVR starter....it is bolted on with 2 bolts. Mine's a SBF however...hey, wait a minute...that's a SBF bellhousing....you trying to use it with an FE?
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My bad that was from the parts list for the FIA 289 car...here is the one for the 427 (FE motor)

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Unfortunately, my file doesn't say anything about that...plus it's a different block plate than the other engines. My guess is if your starter is a 2-bolt starter, then it should work.
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