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pre61-list Digest Mon, 15 May 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 080

In This Issue:
239 3Speed 10" bolt pattern Flywheel
Gauge Amperage
Flathead Question.


From: "Debi & Rick Maxted">
Subject: 239 3Speed 10" bolt pattern Flywheel
Date: Mon, 15 May 2000 15:27:00 PDT


Can anyone help? I am looking for a 239 flywheel for a 3 speed with the 10"
clutch bolt pattern and the narrow ring gear 5/8" vs. the 7/8" one. I have a
4 speed 11" bolt pattern and a 3 speed 10" bolt pattern but the ring gear is

Thanks a lot!



From: "Randy Selby">
Subject: Gauge Amperage
Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 09:09:57 -0500

Does anyone know the total draw of the dash gauges (in amps) in my '50 F-1?
Trying to figure out the voltage reducer circuit. Thanks

Randy S.


Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 16:49:11 -0400
From: Mark Barnes>
Subject: Flathead Question.

I got a question concerning flatheads. What ci flathead was in the 1941 pickup?
239 or something else? & will this motor mount into a '53 F-350?
I have the chance to buy this motor & tranny, but I don't know if it will mount
up. The mounts are different than what's in my truck, but I don't know if there's
an adapter made, or what.
The mounts that are in the '41 are quarter round shaped rails that are riveted
from the frame to the crossmember that runs under the radiator. The motor is then
mounted from each side to these rails.

Any info would be greatly appreciated.
'53 F-350
'55 F-250


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