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« Reply #15 on: February 09, 2013, 01:26:36 PM »

if you are going to swap 4 speeds, keep in mind some of the bolt ons may need to change also.  Example: does your current speedo cable connect to the left or right side of the xmsn (may not be correct for 68 if you have a mid 60's Muncie or ?), may need a different back up light switch, etc.
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« Reply #16 on: February 11, 2013, 07:15:53 PM »

Thanks to all you guys for giving me info.
I believe the speedo cable goes into the driver's side of the tranny.
As a matter of fact, my speedo always shows 10mph slower than what I'm doing.
Maybe cuz it might be a 1973 tanny??
Is the number 18N35286? the VIN?
If so, does the tranny VIN usually match the car & engine VIN???
I can't wait to get my car out of storage so I can take a closer look at things.
Ken
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« Reply #17 on: February 11, 2013, 07:24:45 PM »

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As a matter of fact, my speedo always shows 10mph slower than what I'm doing.
Maybe cuz it might be a 1973 tanny??

No, as Kurt stated, it's probably a 68 Camaro transmission, but the speedo being off depends on the gear ratio in the axle and the speedo gear in the transmission.

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Is the number 18N35286? the VIN?
If so, does the tranny VIN usually match the car & engine VIN???

Yes, 18N35286x would be the partial VIN, which would match the VIN of the car and the VIN on the engine.

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