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Old 09-23-2020, 09:03 AM   #1
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Exclamation If you have a DT466e W/ allison 643 from factory I could use your help

Hey guys having issues finding a part for my tranny swap. theres a mating hub we need to get but for some reason allison can't find/give us the part without a vin from a bus that has a DT466e and allison 643 from factory. They keep giving us the same part number for my old set up. DT466e to allison 545.
So if anyone has a DT466e and 643 from factory and would be willing to let me use their vin to find this part I would be extremly appreciative! thanks a ton for all the help guys

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I can have my wife dig through our old paperwork later or tomorrow. We had a 92 with 466/643 but sold it years ago. Probably have something with the vin on it somewhere though.
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Old 09-23-2020, 09:13 AM   #3
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That would be amazing if you guys could find it
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Old 09-23-2020, 10:44 AM   #4
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EC - it will be off. his 466E is 94+ the hub is different.



are you talking about the hub spacer for the torque converter pilot?



Bloerev did the swap a couple years ago at a shop im guessing he would have a BOM from that job.. my swap is for the old style 8 bolt so it wont do you any good.


HOWEVER that said when I did my swap, my original thick hub spacer just go removed revealing the pilot at the engine so i mounted my flex plate directly to the flywheel and didnt need any spacer there...
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EC - it will be off. his 466E is 94+ the hub is different.



are you talking about the hub spacer for the torque converter pilot?



Bloerev did the swap a couple years ago at a shop im guessing he would have a BOM from that job.. my swap is for the old style 8 bolt so it wont do you any good.


HOWEVER that said when I did my swap, my original thick hub spacer just go removed revealing the pilot at the engine so i mounted my flex plate directly to the flywheel and didnt need any spacer there...
Exactly. I had the same. We removed the spacer (donut-shaped) and old flexplate from the old flywheel and the outer ring from the bellhousing. The new flexplate bolted directly on to the existing flywheel with the shorter grade 8 bolts I bought from a hardware store. There were no additional parts or spacers needed.

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Old 09-23-2020, 11:38 AM   #6
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I’ll send a ohoto of the part later not sure how to do it on here
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