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Old 12-11-1999, 09:15 PM
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I HAVE A 71 FORD F100 WITH A 400 THAT HAS A FMX TRANSMISSION BOLTED UP TO IT. I WANT TO KNOW IF ANYONE CAN EVEN GET THEIR HANDS ON ONE (THAT WORKS) AND HOW MUCH IS IT PRICED AT?



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I've got one and it works, and sorry to say it's in my truck and I'm using it. Supposed to be a fairly good trans - of course that is considering it's an automatic.
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Get a local to rebuild yours. If you buy another you may have to have it rebuilt, plus the cost of purchase.


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i have a 77 t-bird with an FMX ,and just had it rebuilt last winter .
@ under $300, (it took a planetary set) .
a local trans shop owner & friend (my rebuilder). who cut me a break cause im friends w/his son (from my school days),incl.towing ,a new planetary ,(that took two weeks to get), a trans-go shift kit ,and rebuild ..but beware the fmx is known for being tough to find new parts or any performance stuff too , and ive been told by my rebuilder that they are known for the planetary problems , hope this was helpfull ...
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iv'e had an Fmx transmission in my 70 mustang w/351 for 20 years that i have owned it, and not a lick of problems with it outside of a vacuum hose. it has been a very tough tranny. very dependable, i live in the west coast area, and they are hard to find.
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FORD FMX TRANSMISSIONS

>I HAVE A 71 FORD F100 WITH A 400 THAT HAS A FMX TRANSMISSION
>BOLTED UP TO IT. I WANT TO KNOW IF ANYONE CAN EVEN GET THEIR
>HANDS ON ONE (THAT WORKS) AND HOW MUCH IS IT PRICED AT?

>



Whyyyyy, Are you yelling ??

Please Don't post in all caps.
On the net it is regarded as yelling and it is Really Hard for some people to read.

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