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Old 07-15-2012, 02:43 PM
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cluster gear needed!

Ok i have a 58 ford f100 with a 3 speed manual.. it has a 223 the transmissiin reads t-85c-1 on one side the the tooth count is 16-19-26-31.. the first 2 gears have straight teeth and the rest are angled teeth.. i need the cluster gear and rear seal any help is appreciated thanks nickstickell@yahoo.com
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Did Borg Warner make the tranny's for Chevy as well? Check this out: TRANSMISSION CLUSTER GEAR 1954 -60 CHEVY TRUCK HD | eBay
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I checked it out it looks identical... just bothers me it says for gm is there anyway to make sure its the proper one
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The seller said gm and ford used the same gear. I got it for $100 thanks. Guess we will see!
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Ok i have a 58 ford F100 with a 3 speed manual.. it has a 223 the transmission reads t-85c-1 on one side the the tooth count is 16-19-26-31.

i need the cluster gear and rear seal.

The seller said gm and ford used the same gear.
Never believe a single word ebay sellers claim! Most have no FoMoCo literature of any kind. No parts catalogs, no shop manuals, no nothing.

The trans has been swapped, lawd only knows what it came from.

1957/60: F100 223/272/292 3 M/T without O/D & F250 223/272/292 3 M/T: C2AZ-7113-A (replaced B7C-7113-A) .. Cluster Gear: 14-17-23-27 teeth.

1957/60 F100 223/272/292 with 3 M/T O/D: B7C-7113-A .. Cluster Gear: 14-19-25-33 teeth.
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Ok well this gear is the proper tooth count and appearance so guess I will see if I'm lucky this time......
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Better hope it's exactly the same length and has the same gear spacing, otherwise...
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Yea otherwise it's an anchor.... My fingers are crossed. I actually think the seller will take returns.
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I just checked. Returns accepted within 14 days of recieveing part so that works.
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Hope it works out, you just never know!
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