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Installing a TKO into a 1985 Mustang

You will have to shorten your driveshaft.  You will be able to use your same clutch and speedometer cable.

The crossmember will bolt into the stock location, but you will have to modify it.

You will need to replace your bellhousing with one made to accept a TREMEC.  We offer a standard bellhousing and an NHRA-approved scattershield bellhousing.

The Maximum Motorsports torque arm will work with this transmission.

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