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Old 07-14-2014, 04:31 PM
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1950 F1 4 spd nonsyncho transmission

I removed this transmission from a 1950 F1 and would like to know its origin. It is not original to the 1950. It supposedly came out of a 1948 Ford F1. There are several numbers on the top and right side. On the top front is 8 8RC 55002 (above what looks like an inspection plate). On top behind the shifter is G8T 7222. On the top to the right of the shifter is DG&M. On the right side is OIT-7006, below that is DG&M, and below that is N4.
A couple of questions for anyone that might know: when was this transmission made? Is there a source for parts? Any gasket kit available? Any other information?
Thanks for any info you can provide.
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The spur gear transmissions Ford used in that era were Warner Gear T9s. Joblot has gasket kits. May have other parts as well. Bearings can be cross-referenced at any bearing house.
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Great!! Thanks for the info!!
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