1957 - 1960 F100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Box Style Ford Trucks
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I came across a 3 sp manual in a '60 f100 with a long wheelbase and a 223. It needs some bearings and gaskets, but the price was right.
Here's the specs.
9 bolt rectangular side cover with AB-7222B F26 and 9M2
Top of main case AF-7006D-24
Bottom of main case 9M3
Front bearing support TAAA 7050(3?) unsure of last #
Tail shaft 9K14 18(6?) WAR 7651 A
I think it's a T87, but my knowledge of all things Ford is still in it's infancy.
Thanks in advance
also it isn't an OD trans
If you are able to get the vin number from the truck it came out of, that may be your best bet. It can be decoded to tell what it is, I think. Unless it is not original to the truck.
Those numbers you quoted are most likely nothing but engineering numbers, not part numbers, and I will guess that NumberDummy will say that they are useless as **** on a boar for determining your transmission. Well, he might be more polite than that.
It is either a light duty, or medium duty 3-speed - whatever those designations mean.
"Hey Ilya...you've got wire thingys touching other wire thingys...Hey
Ryan...Jeez Bobby...Ya got me there Ross...I agree with AX...Hi Ray...Number
Dummy will know...Hi Michael...Hi Steve....Tee hee hee.. Exactly Wayne...Hey
Anthony...Hey Kevin....Silly Boy...Hey John...Hey Dan... WOW! OYE!...OH
CRAP...just for giggles...GREAT JOB...Nice Work Tard!...takes a "womans
OK this one had column shift. I was gonna snag the column shift linkage but someone beat me to that. So we can safely say that it's light duty as it has the 9 bolt side load rectangular access. On the right track. What do I use for ordering parts? It atleast needs gaskets and possibly an input shaft bearing
Well after some measuring it's clear that I would have a clearance problem with a Xmember and the drive shaft would be way too short for my liking. But I know what it is now. I did keep the bell and the shift linkage. So when I find a T87 for a short bed, I'm gonna go that route. 3 on da tree sounds good to me
Is bolt pattern of that 3 speed same as T5? Shaft length same?
Bolt pattern is different. You either have to weld a slug on the 3 sp bell or get one from John Mummert at ford y. My understanding is the spline count and diameter of the input shaft is the same but a different pilot bearing is required. I decided to just overhaul one of my T98 4 speeds. I'll get a gasket and bearing kit and use the best pieces from the two.
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