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4spd bellhousing

Looking for the part number if any and anyone selling a bellhousing that came on the 51-53 trucks that had a flathead motor and four speed trans. Thanks
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I cant see through the grease an grime on mine ..but Ican check the spare motor over the weekend and let you know..
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1953 had a different bellhousing, one of a kind and only 1 year except canada. Similar to the 6 cyl and y- block motors except the mounting bolts were narrower. The part # that i came up with in my search is taac-7505-A. I am looking for a 53 ford flat head bell housing.
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Ok, what's the model name of the both transmissions, 51-52 & 53. I'm tring to get the info for a buddy that's doing a custom set up with an S-10 T-5
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I'm pretty sure Ilya has one (aka 51panelman).

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Ok, what's the model name of the both transmissions, 51-52 & 53. I'm tring to get the info for a buddy that's doing a custom set up with an S-10 T-5
I would guess what he's after is a "hogshead", you should ask him to be sure. The bigger truck trannies had a separate piece behind the bellhousing that the trans attached to. Those are popular to adapt an S-10 trans. See below:

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http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/48...sing-help.html
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