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Old 05-28-2012, 08:40 AM
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I recently bought a GMC dump truck at an auction to get the dump assembly for my 1972 F600. My Ford has a new process 435 transmission.

Question 1-Will the Dana GCNK6-14X pto fit? (It does not indicate what series it is)

Question 2- Can anybody decode the model number?
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Try here: http://www.munciepower.com/clientupl.../TR-G94-01.pdf

There is a page there that will help you decode the part number.
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