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Any body got one of these???

I looked through the for sale ads; Didn't see one. I need a transmission cover for my 50f1. Anyone got one. Thanks RUSTY
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3 speed or 4 speed?
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Old 02-01-2009, 11:00 PM
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I'm sorry that would help to know; It's a solid cover. Column shift. Thanks RUSTY
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Are you talking about a cover that bolts to the tranny or the sheet metal part in the floor? If it's the floor sheet metal Northern Classic Trucks sells them without a hole.

Ford Truck Parts and Repair Panels for your classic truck at Northern Classic Trucks

Their web site seems to be down right now but you can try tomorrow. I think they cost about $95.
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Old 02-02-2009, 12:09 AM
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I need the floor cover; I'd like to find a used one. Thanks
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Hey Rusty!

Here's one of thenew ones on e-bay

eBay Motors: Direct Sheetmetal 48-52 Ford Pickup stock trans cover (item 270333265661 end time Feb-19-09 12:32:56 PST)

There are usually lots of them on e-bay! Keep checking. Thye come up about once every three weeks or so on e-bay and usually don't sell.

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Hey Rusty!

Here's one of thenew ones on e-bay

eBay Motors: Direct Sheetmetal 48-52 Ford Pickup stock trans cover (item 270333265661 end time Feb-19-09 12:32:56 PST)

There are usually lots of them on e-bay! Keep checking. Thye come up about once every three weeks or so on e-bay and usually don't sell.

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That's not the right one. It shouldn't have the hump in the center.
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That's not the right one. It shouldn't have the hump in the center.
Tee hee - Hey Ilya, wadaya call that thing in the middle of this one? It's not stock it's an after market mod and it will fit.fine.

Hey you are into the parts selling thing here - you should have a tranny cover somewhere don't you. Should be lots less than this new aftermarket one - right?

Why don't you two connect up?

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Tee hee - Hey Ilya, wadaya call that thing in the middle of this one? It's not stock it's an after market mod and it will fit.fine.

Hey you are into the parts selling thing here - you should have a tranny cover somewhere don't you. Should be lots less than this new aftermarket one - right?

Why don't you two connect up?

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Thanks for the (cheap) plug!

As a matter of fact, I do have one, but it has a hole for the shifter and there are a few rust issues. In my opinion, it's good for a driver, but you'll have to fill the hole. And, yes, it will be lots less than the new aftermarket.

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Thanks for the (cheap) plug!

As a matter of fact, I do have one, but it has a hole for the shifter and there are a few rust issues. In my opinion, it's good for a driver, but you'll have to fill the hole. And, yes, it will be lots less than the new aftermarket.

Here are some pics:

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Rusty, if you're interested, shoot me an email or PM.
Tee hee - Ilya you bust me up! You are about a subtle as the Japanese were at Pearl Harbor.

But not to worry...any plug "cheap" or otherwise, is a good one right?

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