Bowler - 1967-1969 Camaro Transmission Tunnel for T-56 Transmission
When you are upgrading your 1967-1969 Camaro to a Tremec T-56 Magnum you are going to need to modify the transmission tunnel to get the proper drive line angle set.
We have taken the hard work out of the installation by producing a quality sheet metal transmission tunnel replacement that has the factory reinforcement ribs and has the proper increased height to install the 6-speed T-56 Magnum transmission.
This is a weld in tunnel patchTunnel Patch Dimensions
1967-72 C10 Extended High Hump Cover for T56 Magnum installations
This fiberglass high hump transmission cover is a reproduction of the factory high hump cover, but extended further back to completely cover a Tremec T56 Magnum 6 Speed transmission. You will also have room to get the transmission up high enough to get pinion angles correct on a truck that has been significantly lowered. In the photos you will see the factory steel cover that was used to extend and how it installs. NOTE ***The OE high hump tunnels are not larger enough to fully cover a Magnum which is why this pieces is a must have for any Magnum swap in a 67-72 C10.
When you are upgrading your hot rod with a new transmission you may need to modify the transmission tunnel to get the proper driveline angle set. We have taken the hard work out of the installation by producing a quality sheet metal transmission tunnel replacement. This is commonly used in Novas, Chevelles, Camaros and many Mopars with a T56 Magnum or 4L80E being used. We have had customers use them in many different applications and with several transmission configurations. This is general sheet metal raised tunnel and is not specific to a car, it will require some fabricating skill and is to be fully welded in place. There is not instructions for this part.Tunnel Patch Dimensions