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Old 05-01-2009, 09:19 PM
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JW trans arrived today...need P/N#s for rest of the parts

I got my John Woods Trans today, but I need to get the rest of the parts so I can start my install. I was hoping someone has a list of part numbers for things like trans cooler, torque converter nuts, Magnafine filter, etc. I have a 99 so I am doing a radiator swap as well, john gave me the P/N for that. I am real anxious to get everything I need from Ford and other parts stores in town, I just hope everything I need is available over the counter. Any links with similar 99 installs would be appreciated as well.
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Old 05-01-2009, 09:27 PM
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Are you installing a 6.0 trans cooler? If so then you can just axe the parts guy at Ford for one. You'll need some reducers since the stock 7.3 cooler is 3/8" and the 6.0 trans cooler is 1/2". What I did is I went to my local hose store and got 2 barbed adapters which reduced from 1/2 to 3/8 then about 3' of 1/2" hose and 6 hose clamps.
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Are you installing a 6.0 trans cooler? If so then you can just axe the parts guy at Ford for one.
Maybee the 6.0 or the V10 cooler. If I could get one of those two at say NAPA and save $$$ I think the V-10 would be fine. John sayed the stock 7.3 cooler would be fine for my needs but I don't want to go too small just in case I get a bigger trailer.
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Have you opened the box and looked inside to see what you will actually need for install (like nuts for torque converter)? I immediately checked contents in my box to see what I would need because the closest parts store is 40 minutes away from where I live.
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You know what, no I did'nt check everything. I guess im overly excited. My parts store is accross the street, I could walk. Lucky me'
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So I checked the box and I only have a gasket and o ring.
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good luck Dan! i hear great things about John Wood, great Product.
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Did you look for converter bolts? Mine came with new ones. The transmission comes with a filter inside.

You will need to get some brake cleaner for flushing and cleaning, and I ended up buying 2 cases of syn blend ATF.
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What happened to your tranny? Last I heard, it was blowing fluid out for the 2nd time.
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Yes, I ran the codes and found out I overheated it again. This time lost my first gear and reverse.
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What happened to your tranny? Last I heard, it was blowing fluid out for the 2nd time.

Just got back from Ford dealer with the following parts in hand:
Radiator from a 00 UP 7.3 with heat Exchanger Ford P/N 4C3Z8005EBCP
Cooler tube for heat exchanger Ford P/N# YC3Z7R081AA
Cooler tube for heat exchanger Ford P/N# YC3Z7A031CA
Motorcraft inline filter Ford P/N# XC3Z7B155BA
T/Q nuts Ford P/N# 378941S441
6.0 Trans Cooler Ford P/N# 5C3Z7A095B

Hope I got the parts right and everything I need
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