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I am pretty good with the older trucks (67-79, I currently own 6+ of them), but am looking at purchasing a newer one - a 1993 F700 to replace a brand-X dump truck. Anyways, this F700 is Cummins 5.9 powered and has a 5speed transmission and a 2speed rear axle. The door tag code for the transmission is "CX" and the code for the axle is "W1". Can anyone look that up and identify them? Obviously it is too new for my 60's and 70's Ford service manual listings... Thanks in advance,
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I am not sure what you mean. It appears the two posts list the same text. Did you mean "FS" instead of "F5"?
I had CX= Eaton F5-4006B 5-Speed above but changed it to CX= Eaton F5-4005B 5-Speed.
And now that I look at again (it is not very clear) it looks like:
CX= Eaton FS-4005B 5-Speed.
There is no space between the F & S but I can not get rid of the space in the post.
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