<VV> [FC] Saginaw 4-spd in Greenbrier
shortle556 at earthlink.net
Tue Nov 27 18:12:09 EST 2012
Vail? Or Durango? My 1964 Corvan with factory camper has 3.27 diff., 1965 FC 4 speed transmission, and a car 1965 110 HP engine. Seems to work quite well for me with lots of mountain and interstate driving. My only issue is checking/topping up the engine oil. Will be putting a 164 inch FC engine into it this winter.
Timothy Shortle in Durango Colorado 81301
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>Subject: Re: <VV> [FC] Saginaw 4-spd in Greenbrier
>Eric, how do you want to use this thing? Around town? Interstate
>cruising? Empty? Substantially laden? Mountainous terrain? Flat prairie?
>(I do see "Eric in Indiana" so mountainous terrain seems unlikely, but
>for all I know you are planning to move to Vail.)
>On 11/27/2012 3:46 PM, Eric Lucas wrote:
>> So it seems the consensus is emerging that a 64-65 4-spd transaxle is the best setup. Are the 4-spd ratios unique to the FC or the same as the cars?
>> Eric in Indiana
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