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Username Post: 1962 T10 applications        (Topic#375050)
Rumblegutz 
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05-18-24 01:46 PM - Post#2870025    

Haven't been here for years I guess. So I had to sign up again. I used to know the answer to my question but use it or lose it so my memory is foggy. Which full size '62 Chev engines got the aluminum T10 and which ones received the cast iron T10?







Edited by Rumblegutz on 05-18-24 01:48 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 


DZAUTO 
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05-18-24 08:18 PM - Post#2870030    
    In response to Rumblegutz

The 61-later T10s in Chevys were alum. The last year for a cast iron T10 in a Chevy was 1960.



 
327 
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05-19-24 04:24 PM - Post#2870047    
    In response to DZAUTO

:cool :



 
rstreet 
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06-13-24 10:17 AM - Post#2870831    
    In response to DZAUTO

Was always certain the 61's were cast iron except 409 cars. In 62 all aluminium
Robert



 
DZAUTO 
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06-13-24 08:22 PM - Post#2870847    
    In response to rstreet

As an added comment.
Borg Warner DID CONTINUE to make an "aftermarket" cast iron T-10 AFTER 1960, BUT, the only ones I'm aware of were sold through local speed shops and selected parts stores.
From everything I have understood, those "aftermarket" T10s were the later, stronger versions. Kind of an early version of the Super T10.

THIS IS A PRIME EXAMPLE OF WHEN WE REALLY NEED VERNE FRANTZ!!!
He was a wealth knowledge on these kinds of things. Before he passed away, he was working on a "Late Great" kind of book. I have no clue what happened to his accumulated information for that book.
Anyone know???????????
For me personally, the best source of information on 4spds is Larry Fischer of D&L Transmission. You cannot beat his wealth of knowledge.
http://www.dandltransmission.com/



 
327 
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06-14-24 04:33 AM - Post#2870852    
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Dave_Neiling 
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06-16-24 06:48 PM - Post#2870934    
    In response to 327

Old Late Great Chevy issues had allot of tech articles highlighting year correct items like wheels and all kinds of parts. Maybe if someone has the back issues they can look through them for allot of these particulars.



 


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