The removable bellhousing, early input, six-bolt flange transmission rolled along around 1996, and is a much more common version than the removable bellhousing transmission it followed. The six-bolt flange makes it easier to adapt to many T-cases, and the earlier input and deeper bellhousing than its successor makes it easier to bolt to earlier one-piece rear main engines. But we slipped a ringer in with this picture. Look closely at the bellhousing, and you’ll see no bolt hole at the 12 o’clock position and holes below the starter are in different places than the ones in the bellhousing in the next image. This is a V-6 bellhousing. Buyer beware—it won’t work with your V-8.