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Old 08-27-2006, 02:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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sm465 going to hydraulic from man linkage

Well like the title says sm465-np205 set up going into the 90 toy 4runnner.
ANyone have threads on the sm465 switch over seems aload of people doing the swap due to issues with the manual linkage problems..

I read somewhere that advanced adaptors has a sorted out linkage binding issues kit? Anyone know anything about this// just read 5 mins ago on a post somewhere -- not here!

Anyways i know i need a hydraulic bellhousing off a 85 up my gear is out of a 81 K5..
Do i need anything else? forks etc
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Old 08-27-2006, 03:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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basically you need everything. just try finding the bellhousing somewhere and buy the rest new. you do need a new fork and slave cylinder and master cylinder, the hydro hose. the pedal assembly and all that good stuff. it will be kinda expensive but I think its worth it to buy everything new.
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Old 08-27-2006, 04:04 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Buying all the pieces adds up fast. I bought a complete used setup (pedals & all) for $150, and then had to throw another $150 or so on a new master, slave, and hose.

You may want to look into something like this:

http://www.novak-adapt.com/catalog/kit_hcr3.htm
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I have this same setup, however I just used a wilwood master and slave and fabbed up a bracket to hold the slave, works very well.
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I have this same setup, however I just used a wilwood master and slave and fabbed up a bracket to hold the slave, works very well.

I just read a guys site about the wilwood master Well i guess i will just hold onto all the guts and piece it together slowly then on a winters day start the hacking of the 4cyl stuff out and the 350 in...

I was looking for a th350-np205 connected and just found a guy who has the 2 of them still attached for 150 rethinking using these instead not sure though..

Whats say a sm465 and np205 together worth that came out of a running working truck these days?
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I pulled mine out of a junk yard for 100 bucks, a 465 hooked to a 205. I had no idea if it worked, I put seal kits on both, they work pretty well.
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