DRIVELINE PHOTO ARCHIVE

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  1. flowjoe

    flowjoe Moderator Staff Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    This thread is solely intended to archive photos and explanations of original factory drivelines in 1970-81 Camaros. Drivelines will be considered to include the following:

    Transmissions - inclusive of clutches, bell housings, cooling lines, mounts, etc, etc

    Shifters/linkage

    Driveshafts

    Rear axle assemblies - internal & external components

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    Please refrain from:

    Posting images of modified or after market components (unless it is a dealer supplied/installed option or used to illustrate the differences between OE and repop).

    Asking questions

    Answering questions

    Posting WTB/WTS requests

    Making comments about posts (take it outside the thread)
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    As a courtesy, if it is not your photo it would be nice to credit the source.

    A useful suggestion from 70lt1z28: “For any posts on originality it would be nice if anyone posting would post the build date and the plant (LA or Norwood) from the TT. This is ONLY if the poster is sure that the part is original to the car.”

    NOTICE: This thread will be ruthlessly edited and moderated. If folks can't abide by the above parameters then it will be locked to limit posts. You have been warned.
     
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  2. COPO

    COPO Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    1970 born with Muncie with orig Hust Comp Plus OEM shifter
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    M20 code orig factory stamp untouched
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    M20 factory side cover tag
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    Side cover TCS switch/washer
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    Washer part no
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    (Moderator’s note: Mark’s car is an 05E Norwood 70 Z28)
     
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  3. COPO

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    1970 Z28 orig 168 tooth flywheel
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    My date code for 05E Z28
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    Factory bolts
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    (Moderator’s note: Mark’s car is an 05E Norwood 70 Z28)
     
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  4. COPO

    COPO Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    1970 Hurst Comp Plus from a 1970 Z28 vs Hurst Comp Plus aftermarket shifter

    I used my 71 Z28 shifter stick in the aftermarket shifter after bending it and drilling 2 mounting holes. Note the rubber bushings in the OEM unit and in
    the aftermarket, nylon and steel are available. I tried the steel ones and they
    break easy.
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    OEM
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    Aftermarket bushings
    [​IMG]Hurst shifter nylon & steel bushing by C O P O, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Hurst shifter nylon & steel bushing by C O P O, on Flickr

    (Moderator’s note: Mark’s car is an 05E Norwood 70 Z28)
     
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  5. COPO

    COPO Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Hurst Shifter Rods - OEM vs Aftermarket
    OEM are larger in dia. OEM=.470 and aftermarket is .370
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    70 Z28
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    70 Z28 OEM rods at shifter
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    I double nutted my rods cause they kept coming loose.

    (Moderator’s note: Mark’s car is an 05E Norwood 70 Z28)
     
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    COPO Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    1970 Z28 driveshaft color with a M20, 3.73 gears
    My Norwood car was ordered with a Muncie M20.
    (Moderator’s note: Mark’s car is an 05E Norwood 70 Z28)

    The driveshaft color code stripes from the front to rear is tan / green / black.
    Color band tan starts 7-3/4" from the edge of the front tranny yoke.
    Each color is 3/4" wide with no space in between each color band.
    I left these undisturbed from the factory.

    Front is on the L side
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    Distance yoke is in the trans
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