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The design of the front clutch retainer is critical, so study yours carefully to make sure its compatible with the new parts you're swapping in. The '62-'70 front clutch retainers have round oil feed holes (pen points) and use a narrow 9/16-inch-wide bushing. If you see these features on yours, you must use a '67-'70 style input-shaft/rear-clutch piston retainer assembly and reaction shaft support. Late-style '71-'78 front clutch retainers are quickly identified by machined oil feed slots (rather than holes) and are only compatible with '71-'78 input conversion parts.