<VV> EM Specific questions.

Harry Yarnell Harry Yarnell" <hyarnell1@earthlink.net
Fri, 20 Aug 2004 13:17:04 -0400

Normally all you'd have to do would be drop the front of the powertrain
down, and remove the four bolts, and off it comes. But, no. The input shaft
is longer for the four speed, so you have to split the transaxle from the
engine to change.
There were 5 different input shafts used in the 10 year run of the corvair.
Only the 66-69 Saginaw's used the same shaft for both the 3 & 4 speeds.

Harry Yarnell
perryman garage and orphanage
perryman, MD

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> Here we go.
> I am needing to accomplish a task here. I want to replace the 3 spd in my
62 with a 4 spd. How difficult is it to change the tranny with out removing
the engine? Is it just easier to remove the entire drivetrain?
> Sherman Gossett
> 62 Monza 'vert
> 62 monza 700 4 door
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