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401 automatic in a International truck
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    401 automatic in a International truck

    Hope I am not beating a dead horse here
    I have been looking for a 401 for my Javelin
    and have found one in a truck with a automatic
    behind it. Was just wondering if I should go with this
    or wait to find one in a Jeep? Any problem with tranny
    I hear it has a 4th planetary

    Thanks for any info given

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    Excellent setup except for the 2bbl intake. With any luck it has the long sloping dipstick as well. Very good motor and VERY good tranny!

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    It's my understanding that IH installed a much better design alternator bracket that what was found on AMC products.
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    I wish I could find a "better" low mount alternator bracket. Mine keeps breaking the brace between the main bracket & the block. No offence mc but I'd rather keep my alternator down low & somewhat out of sight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BREK View Post
    I wish I could find a "better" low mount alternator bracket. Mine keeps breaking the brace between the main bracket & the block. No offence mc but I'd rather keep my alternator down low & somewhat out of sight.
    Do you want it lower than this? I don't think there is room. You will run into the heater hose.



    I made my own lower bracket and used Bulltear's upper for this 140 amp Delco.l
    Last edited by Old Rugged Crosser; 05-27-2011 at 09:47 PM.

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    Gees that blue paint looks good cant get it here down under

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    ORC, I got mine much lower than that. The heater hose goes over the top of the alt.
    Its a Jeep Thing --- No one understands!

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