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Hey Bill, would you ID this trans for me Sir? #1A-7006-A

Also aquired a nice looking Y-block. block # EVB-6015-C (maybe G) What displacement is that? Thanks. youdaman
1A-7006-A is a Ford 3 speed manual column shift without 1st gear syncro, used 1951 thru 1962 Passenger Cars/F1/F100/F250.

I have no cross reference catalogs for Y block casting numbers that have 3 digit prefixes.
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Hey Bill, would you ID this trans for me Sir? #1A-7006-A

Also aquired a nice looking Y-block. block # EVB-6015-C (maybe G) What displacement is that? Thanks. youdaman
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Hey, pardon my ignorance to this group of experts, i got your name from another thread and found you and could figure out how to start a new thread with you so i'm popping on a pre-existin conversation with a new question that is unrelated to this thread (sorry about that).
Here is my question. I have a 1966 F100 300 cu inch 6 cyl with a manual T18 transmission. I'm trying to fix the "slop" in the shifting pattern. When i started a new thread with this question your name came up. Apparently there is a pin i can replace that should take alot of the slop out of the shifting pattern. Do you have the Ford part # for this pin? Do you have any pics of it and the transmission so i can replace it myself?
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