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Old 09-18-2011, 08:06 AM
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1951 f1 v8 4 soeed question

Hello, anyone have a 4 speed that would work in my 1951 ford truck with the flathead v8? I cant seem to find one around my area so I thought I would see if anyone had an extra one for sale.

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What kind of 4 speed are you looking for? The original 4 speed that went into the 1/2 tons was a non-synchronized heavy truck transmission with a stump pulling 6.4 to 1 first gear. Is this what you are looking for?
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Didn't know that, I would be fine with that though. I just want something with floor shifter. A 3 speed floor shifter tranny would be fine too. Thanks!
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I have a 4 speed out of a F3. It worked fine when I pulled it out. if you are interested in it just let me know. I could take it to Carisle or Hershey PA.
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