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Old 06-27-2004, 01:59 AM
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Manual Transmission Identification

I have an '80 F150 with a 302. I bought it with a C4, however, it burned up due to a lack of kickdown. I put in a different C4 with a kickdown linkage this time, however, the pump went out on this one. So.... I'm puting in a manual. I have the ability to do so, and a donor truck that I got for free with a manual (pretty lucky hu?) So, I was wondering what transmission was in the donor truck. Actually if someone could tell me where I could find a chart that I could use transmission tags to ID transmissons by, that would be great as I've ran into ID problems in the past too. The truck's transmission code is RTS. My buddy has a manual transmission too and it's code is FOG (at least I think it is.) Thanks for any help.

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I believe its a TOD t-170. No external linkages, no drain plug, shifting pattern as follows:

1 3
2 OD R


Here's a link you can see:
http://www.motivegear.com/tech_info/...nny_guide.html
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Old 07-01-2004, 12:05 PM
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...and the other transmission

I found that one on the same page maybe 15 mins after my first post, but thanks anyhow for the reply. I can't figure out what the other transmission is though. If anyone can help me with that I'ld really appreciate it. It's a side loader, and has an aluminum tailshaft and bellhousing. Thanks.
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A side loader with an aluminum tailshaft in a truck is most likley a three speed. 2 shift rods or three?
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It's got three shift rods, that's why I think it's a fourspeed. My buddie's got the shifter linkage, I haven't seen them, and he told me at first that it was a fourspeed too. Thanks
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Side loader 4 gear sounds like a Borg Warner T10?

Ford 3 speed, 4 speed and 4 speed OD are top loaders. Check out David Kee at http://www.4speedtoploaders.com/
Check ID charts.

Also www.5speeds.com for info.
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