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Old 05-03-2012, 11:25 AM
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223 Bellhousings

I know how much everyone loves pictures around here (me included) and I thought that I could post up a few pictures of the manual transmission 223 bellhousings. It took me a while to find a 4 speed bellhousing for mine because I never knew exactly what I was looking for.

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On the left is the 4 speed and on the right the 3 speed.

If anyone is curious about measurements I can get them and post them up.

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The 3 speed that came out of my 1959 Ford F-250

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If anyone could help me identify exactly what 3 speed this is that would be much appreciated!


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Sorry Brother, none of your pics made it thru that I can see!
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hmm. That's weird. I'll have to try again because I can see them.
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How about that? I think I fixed the pictures!
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So, are you putting in a 4 spd? An F250 should have one, it only seems right! Welcome to the world of the fridge truck.
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Old 05-04-2012, 01:48 AM
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Yes sir. I've had my eye on one of those t-98's since I got the truck!
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There is no such thing as a 223 only 4 speed bellhousing. What are the Ford ID numbers marked on these bellhousings?

1957/64 223: There are TWO different 3 speed bellhousings, one was also used with a 4 speed.
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