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Old 04-22-2005, 01:06 PM
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Question ID'ing ratio of 1st gear in a T19 transmission

I bought a T19 transmission yesterday at a local junkyard ($150). It came from an '84 F250 with a 460 gas engine (with ?27,513 miles). I want to know if there is away to find out what is the ratio for the first gear (4.02, 5.11 or 6.32). I really want to get a close ratio T19 (with a 4.02 first gear). Some of the transmission case markings read T19-148, 13-09-065-911 Borg Warner. The door sticker lists a code Trans=P. Thanks for any help figuring out what I have before I spend money fixing some minor details and maybe even refreshing it with new synchros and gaskets and such.
By the way, the darn transmission almost gave me a hernia. I had to get the help of another guy to put in my truck's bed (even between the two we puffed). I figure it easily weighs way over 150 pounds (even with the bellhousing off!). Thanks.
Raul
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Best way to figure it out would be to put it in first gear mark input and output. Turn the input and count how many times you have to turn it to get one full rotation from the output. Just know if you have to turn it over 4 turns but less then 5 then you have the one you want.
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Best way to figure it out would be to put it in first gear mark input and output. Turn the input and count how many times you have to turn it to get one full rotation from the output. Just know if you have to turn it over 4 turns but less then 5 then you have the one you want.

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