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Fits: 1963-1963 Ford 300 Base, • 1963-1967 Ford Galaxie Base, 1963-1967 Ford Galaxie Base, 1963-1970 Ford Fairlane 500, Base, 1963-1974 Ford Country Sedan B ...

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Fits: 1991-2011 Lincoln Town Car Anniversary, 1992-2011 Ford Crown Victoria Base, 1992-2011 Mercury Grand Marquis Base, GS, LS, 1993-1998 Lincoln Mark VIII ...

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Fits: 1963-1963 Ford 300 Base, 1963-1967 Ford Galaxie Base, 1963-1970 Ford Fairlane 500, Base, 1963-1974 Ford Country Sedan Base, • 1963-1974 Ford Galaxie 5 ...

PART# RM-6016

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Fits: 1955-1957 Chevrolet One-Fifty Series Base, 1955-1957 Chevrolet Two-Ten Series Base, 1955-1975 Chevrolet Bel Air Base, 1955-1991 Chevrolet Corvette Bas ...

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At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Ford Explorer bellhousings to ensure that you have every bellhousing option is available to you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Ford Explorer bellhousing needs!

A bellhousing holds your flywheel, clutch and often the starter motor. It is important that a strong casing surrounds these parts, and prevents any fluid from leaking out, or debris from getting in. If your bellhousing is cracked, it is crucial to replace it before it leads to major transmission issues.
Bellhousings, though often replaceable on transmissions for rear-wheel drive cars, are much harder, and sometimes impossible, to remove from a front-wheel drive transmission. This is because there is far less space available in the front-wheel-drive circumstance and the transmission must be made much shorter.
Q: What is a bellhousing? Why buy one?
A: Your bellhousing has the crucial job of attaching your transmission to your engine. In addition it surrounds the torque converter/flex plate or flywheel/clutch to give the driver an added level of safety. If you have built up your engine for added power, your stock bellhousing may not be up to the task. All the rotational force from the motor can cause bellhousings to crack or even shatter which could have catastrophic results for both the car and driver. High performance bellhousings were developed to fill this need. Made from rugged high-strength materials they have been designed and tested to withstand the rigors of racing and big-power engines. There is a reason that the NHRA requires S.F.I . approved bellhousings for cars running the quarter mile in 11.49 seconds or less. A lesser bellhousing would be a safety risk, and you should never gamble when it comes to safety.

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