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Old 11-19-2004, 06:50 PM
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3--speed trans questions for 63 econoline

Jim or anyone else:

I have a "63" econo PU with a 140 I6, is there any swaps for this three speed to get a little pick up? Or will I get this when I put in the 200 I6? The 140 is real slow to get out in front of traffic when I am on an incline. This 3-speed is on the floor. Is there anywhere I can get a wiring schematic for this as well? Thanks all!

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By the way, has anyone else done the swap out on the front brakes to the "69" mustang spindles and discs?

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the tranny will not help on the power part, but the engine sure will!
if you have it out, find a synchro tranny, [ top cover, not side cover], and swap it in. a little tougher, and a whole lot easier to shft.
do you want a schematic for the whole truck?
the mustang disc swap uses 67 parts, and doesnt use the spindle. you have to have it shortened.

i will email the parts list for the swap, and 3 others as well.
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Jim;
is this a four-speed? Yes I know on the spindle, the stop at the face has to be brought in by a 1/4 inch, right? The schematic is so I can re-wire the whole truck.

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