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Old 08-03-2014, 09:52 PM
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ZF 5 rebuild

The ZF-5 in my 1993 ( build late 92) 4x4 460 gas is pretty sloppy been used for lots of trailer pulling. I think it is a S5-42 but need to double check the tag if I buy a spare parts tranny out of a 2 wheel drive only dif is the main-tail shaft and tail housing?
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F150 Flareside
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Thats a very imformative writeup, so much I printed it on a color OCE' printer at work

Now I just some more info on parts interchange from 2 wheel to 4 wheel case.
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You do not need a parts trans.
Just get the standard rebuild kit which consists of bearings, syncros, and seals
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