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Read the post again, I said there were over 100 dipsticks!

I could give you the exact amount of C4 trans dipsticks, but would have to troll thru 4 Ford & 4 L/M Passenger Car and 3 Ford Truck Parts Catalogs to find them all.

You wanna look thru 11 FoMoCo parts catalogs? Be my guest.
Awww... epp got you GOOD!

THATS IT. Garage night at Bills house! Need to bring the beer, hotdogs and peanuts! Need to loosen this guy up!!!!

You are the foremost authorty on Ford parts! Second to none.. Can easily say your resourcefulness and knowlege is extremely impressive, and very helpful.
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