Hi guys, I'm doing saginaw swap in my '72 and realized I had the wrong belllhousing for my flywheel size (153 tooth). Upon bolting up the starter to my bellhousing I found that the starter would spool up and whir but would not engage. I figured it just needed more tightening but upon closer inspection the gap between the starter and the flywheel was pretty significant. I asked around and apparently I have a truck bellhousing and thus would require a 168 flywheel to make work. Searched around and found a bellhousing for a car with the casting numbers ending with "403". I plan on using this bell housing as it should allow my starter to properly engage with the starter hole being closer to the flywheel. Now for my question... Can I reuse the ball stud and clutch fork that came stock with the truck bellhousing or will they not work? Im not in town to look at the bellhousing but I figured I could probably use the old ball stud if it threads into the new bellhousing and just reuse my old clutch fork. Would this work or are the thread pitches different? I'm just trying not to break the bank right now.