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Old 01-02-2007, 10:35 AM
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axuillary or brownie transmission

hello all. im looking for either a two or three speed axuillary transmission for my 64 f250. what im looking for is what models of axuillary should i look for and where should i look for them. i want something so i can keep my low rear gears for towing and pushing snow but be able to run 55 comfertably. any help would be appreciated.
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There are several over drives available. The one I am thinking of putting in my 66 F350 bolts between the bell and trans. Can't remember what it's called. I will google it if my ship ever goes by. I don't have to swim out to it as I got lots a boats.
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are there any axullarys that came in say around one ton truck. i need something relativly small so i can put it in my f250.
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The one I am talking about is only aroung 3 inches thick. Do a Googel search on somthinge like F350 overdrive. It fits between the trans and bell or the bell and engine as there is several styles and makes.
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GearVendors and US Gear both sell add-on units that go behind the trans. Arctic, are you thinking of the Mitchell? They went belly-up from what I heard.
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are there any body out there that knows of some older units i could find in salvage yards or something as i don't want to spend two grand on one.
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GearVendors and US Gear both sell add-on units that go behind the trans. Arctic, are you thinking of the Mitchell? They went belly-up from what I heard.
Ya that sounds about right. seems I remember they were having some problems . But that was a long time ago.
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