Bellhousing Cover

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Page created by T Nov 8th 2012: Back to Gearboxes Transmissions and Differentials

3 Speed Crash Gearbox in its original Form in this case an EK Holden. Click to Enlargen. Photo by Koutara.

Bellhousing Covers:

FX - EK Manuals:

Because the Gearbox and Bellhousing were integral and a full Bellhousing was used, a flat Front Tinware Cover was used. 

EJ - HZ Six Cylinder 3 and 4 Speed Manuals:

These Gearboxes used a separate Bellhousing that was only half height. As a result they needed a Tin Plate Cover for the lower half of the Bellhousing.
3 Speed Crash Gearbox fitted to EJ Bellhousing. This was the first type to use a separate Bellhousing. Click to Enlargen. Photo by Stock-EJ.
Late EH  Bellhousing. Click to Enlargen. Photo by 66HRUte.
 

All V8 Trimatics:

All these used the same half height Bellhousing with the same Tinware Cover.

HG - HZ And EST VK Trimatics:

All these Trimatics used an Half-Height Bellhousing so they needed a lower Tinware Cover.

The photo shows the Early style open Trimatic Bellhousing. Note the removable lower Tinplate Cover. Click to Enlargen. Photo by VEIGHT.
 
Early Type Trimatic 6 Cylinder Half Bellhousing Lower Cover (HG - HZ). Photo by Red Seat. Click to Enlargen.
 

UC, VB, WB - VK (EFI and V8) Trimatics:

All these Trimatics used a Full Bellhousing with a Flat Plate Cover on the Front of the Bellhousing.

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