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Re: 60A bell housing bolts
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I just realized that this may be the motor that came with the 60A 4 speed. Does it have a shorter main drive gear than the 60A 5 speed?

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the input shafts are the same
cranks are the same
pilot bearings are the same

In the photo there is something looks like shouldn't be there

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Look at the end of the crank from the side. It may still have the flexplate spacer attached. A lot of automatics came with A15

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So check this out. The input shaft on the 4 speed was ground down! I posted the 5 speed input shaft to show the difference in length. This plug comes with an automatic and the PO didn't bother to remove it and altered the 4 speed when he swamped transmissions so it would fit? How do I dig this plug out? I also posted the crankshaft end on the motor I am rebuilding that shows no plug. Looks like the 4-speed will be parted out. Are gears 1-4 interchangeable with the 5 speed? I was told the bell housing is interchangeable. Thanks a bunch DD.

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Pilot bush in "Crankshaft4" pic looks to be incorrect and has a step section at the bottom. This would not allow the input shaft to slide in all the way....

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yeah kinda looks that way

Which picture is which?

To remove pilot bush, fill with grease, then drive in a tight-fitting dowl. The grease will force the bushing out. Maybe that will work for this "plug" whatever that is. A-series automatic as far as i know has nothing in the crank, but a large spacer fitted over the flange

F4W60L shares parts with FS5W60L. It was basicall a fifth gear added to the four speed which is why it is a dogleg

The 60A version is nearly all changed. The front case (transmission case with bell pattern) is not interchangeable i believe it has three shift rails vs two shift rails

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Did a 60A 5spd come in a normal H-pattern ??

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DD...no such luck. That plug is pressed in there. Will have to get a machine shop to drill it out. Not sure why this was put in there. Maybe there is a problem with the crankshaft end and they had to cap it?

So the drive gear that is ground down is the 60 series 4 speed. The other drive gear shown is the FS5W60A. The crankshaft end shown with the mirror is the engine being rebuilt and has no plug. A Spridget guy here in the US that rebuilds these transmissions said the bell housings for both 4 and 5 speed 60 series are interchangable??

Before I close out this thread there are a couple of other bolts that I am not sure of. Any idea?

I will start another thread on the 2 types of alternators I have.

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60A 5-speed is H-pattern
60L is dogleg

Is the spridget guy Bill? He is the expert

These are the strut-to-steering-knuckle bolts. The washers are for something else
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I have no idea why I would have those bolts. Must of just grabbed them from the ground when I pulled the engine. I was hoping these were the intake or exhaust bolts which I need to locate in my pile.

The 4 speed with the modified input shaft is attached. Smooth case transmission. Standard shift pattern. I have a pile of transmissions.....

And the Spridget guy is Will out of Tennessee. His brother may be Bill?? Great company to do business with and yes an expert in Datsun gearboxes.

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