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Old 02-17-2006, 12:44 AM
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1990 460 Truck Specs

Can't seem to find the code list for my truck. HB 55, Type GVM X259, Body FKM, Trans E, Axle 39, Tape 2, Springs HA

1990 F250/7.5, Long Bed, 2WD, Super Cab XLT

Is there a web site? I saw this somewhere before but can't seem to find it now.

Has overdrive button so does that make it a five speed? What rear end ratio?

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Trans E is E4OD, four speed automatic Overdrive. According to the owners manual on the 1990 F250 I bought for parts, 39 axle is a 6250 lb capacity Ford 10.25" 3.55 ratio open rear end. The parts truck has a C9 code axle for probably the same capacity, but limited slip. The tag on the axle says 3L55. If you need an owners manual, this one is going to be available.
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