Author Topic: 2TR Bellhousing to R150F Questions WHICH MODEL R150F???  (Read 1656 times)

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2TR Bellhousing to R150F Questions WHICH MODEL R150F???
« on: Oct 19, 2014, 02:11:29 PM »
I am hoping someone can put a nail in this one for me. There is so much  :bull crap: out there on the interweb.. will an early model R150F transmission with the shorter input shaft and a 2TR bellhousing be a direct bolt on to my 3RZ motor? I am confused about the shaft length situation. the early model 3.0 R150f has a 6.5" shaft length. late model 3.4 has a 7.5" shaft length. 2TR bellhousing is 175mm (6.89")  Thanks guys
3RZ, LC engineering Turbo kit, R151, Dual Ultimate, Yota axles-5:29s, Spartan front, LSD Rear

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Well, I have the R150F from the 3.0. the short, 6.5" spline, Tracking down a 2TR bellhousing. Cant really find anyone willing to separate from the transmission. If theres anyone who stumbles across this and has a 2TR bell i can use lpease PM me. Thanks.
3RZ, LC engineering Turbo kit, R151, Dual Ultimate, Yota axles-5:29s, Spartan front, LSD Rear

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Look like the one, I'd call and verfify transmission is r series, probably r155
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