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Old 04-26-2011, 08:52 PM
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whats a T8D 1A trans for?

my son talked me into dragging the trans out of the corner the other day. i am not sure how i came to own it. i either got it with the flathead i bought for the mh years ago, i think it came out of a f1 monkey face, or i got it with the 52 f3 mh when i drug all three loads of that truck home. it just dawned on me i should go lay under the f3 and see if the trans are the same, but i have typed this far so im just gonna push the submit button. thanks all
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T 8 D or T87D??

T87D is the heavy duty 3 spd with synchro 2 and 3. Heavy and bullet proof.
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F1 Borg Warner T-87D: A8C-7001-A / Case marked 3D / 1948/56 Ford truck parts catalog sez: H/D, lip of clutch housing has two cut-outs.

F2/F5 Borg Warner T-87D: 8J-7001-B / No case marking listed, nothing mentioned about clutch housing.

T-87's will also be found in 1953/66 F350's and were an option for like years F250's.
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i can see that the son is gonna have to get to cleaning some more crud off to make sure we get the right numbers. that should keep him out of trouble tomorrow. thanks guys
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T8 D -1A is the crashbox 4sp.
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The crashbox is a T9. I have not seen one labeled T8.
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I typed in T9 in google, and it comes up with a light duty 5sp. for the Ford Capri, lol. BUt you're not that far off, as on Van Pelt's website, he refers to the 4sp. as a T8 ( http://www.vanpeltsales.com/FH_web/t...ruck4speed.htm ), but in his parts/price listing he labels it T8/T9. ( http://www.vanpeltsales.com/VPPSweb/VPPS-homepg.htm )
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Thanks for the info - I've always called that a T9. I'll have to look closer at my 4 spd grinders......
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Thanks for the picture. Now I need to go look at my parts transmissions...
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The case markings on Jeff's case are exactly like the markings on my crash box 4 speed from my 52 F-3 MH and on the one I parted out a short time ago. Stu
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boy Havi, you dug this thread back up. thanks for the insight. so i guess its just a 4 speed crashbox. good to know, should work in the rest of my junk if i need it.
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