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1600 CLUTCH DISC QUESTIONS
« on: October 23, 2011, 09:36:26 AM »
Is the 1600 clutch disc smaller than 2000 ?   
 
Is the throw out bearing the same?
 
How about the output shaft for the driveshaft yoke.
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Re: 1600 CLUTCH DISC QUESTIONS
« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2011, 01:34:35 PM »
I may have answered some of my own questions on the transmission, yoke, and clutch. 
 
I pulled the tag off the transmission and cleaned it off.
 
The numbers are :  FOB 3 E 10,   72 WG BB
That tells me it is the "Ford of Britain" English tranmission. 
So different number of clutch disc splines and different output shaft.
I would guess it will be the 20 spline disc.
 
If the numbers were FOG it would be "Ford of Germany".
Then it would be more interchangable .
It would have the 23 spline disc.
 
So my new question... Would a FOG German transmission bolt onto the same bell housing as the FOB English transmission?
 
 
1973 Pinto 1600 - Sold!  
1979 Pinto 2300 - Sold!
1984 Audi 5000 Avant - 60,000 original miles
1987 Audi 5000 S Quattro - The snowmobile
1973 Volvo 1800 ES wagon -  my project car
1976 Mustang II - Wifey's new toy