14061655 73-87 Truck
General Motors Casting Number 14061655 Clutch Housing
New Old Stock
Pictures And Descriptions are from a new old
This housing is used with 168 tooth flywheels and
has the 5 1/8" center hole for GM truck transmissions.
It has two transmission bolt patterns. One for
Saginaw Muncie 465 (SM 465).
The other pattern is for the New Process 440 NP-440.
This is a mechanical linkage housing,
that uses SAE fasteners. All 6 transmission to
housing threads and the zbar support stud hole are
1/2"-13. The 4 inspection plate attachment bolts
None of the examples I have seen, have the GM
logo cast into them.
Drivers Side View
The clutch fork hole is the same a the GM car,
so it can use the same rubber boots.
There is no provision for a hydraulic slave cylinder.
Cross Shaft Mount
This housing has the 1/2"-13 threaded hole for
the engine side zbar support ball stud.
The inspection plate mounting is different from
Our part #234 will not fit.
The casting #14061655 is the same as the GM
Another View of the Ball Stud Hole
The truck ball stud hole is in a different position,
when compared to the car bellhousings. They can't
be used as an alternative, for 1965-70 Chevy
Also notice the 1/4"-20 threaded hole on the
side for inspection plate mounting.
0.683 HOUSING, CLU
82 CKG1, 2, 3 (305,350) W/M.T. (Chevy Truck Parts Books)
82 CKP1, 2, 3 (6.2) W/M.T.
83-84 CKG1, 2 (305H) W/M.T. (MY6)
83-84 CKG1, 2, 3 (6.2)
83 P2 (6.2)
83-84 P3 (6.2)(exc 14000, 14500 LB GVW)
82-84 CKG1, 2 (250) W/M.t. (MY6)
14028936 use 14061655
Most parts that I describe and picture, have identification on or with them, others I can identify from other sources and deduction (educated guess).
Factory correct applications are your responsibility. GM made part and part # changes with no rhyme but a reason (no production interruptions at any cost).
Applications are for replacement parts that were available at the time of parts book printing, and when possible model specific assembly manuals.
My observations come from the parts I have in my collection or other reliable sources your parts may differ.
If Factory correctness is your goal, do more research, join car clubs, forums and buy an assembly manual if one is available for your Project Car (you wont be sorry).
This is a fun and interesting part of the hobby!