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Old 06-06-2009, 03:20 AM
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Converstion from automatic to stick

Hey guys, Ive converted auto to standard before, but never on a ford truck.
So here's the specs:
1995 F150, 2WD, Short Bed, 302 engine

I need to know if anyone has done this with a late 90's F150, because Im not sure if there's a difference in the auto drive shaft, and manual drive shaft.

This is what I think I need for the swap:
  • Manual Tranny
  • Clutch Pedal assembly
  • Manual brake pedal assembly
  • Clutch Master Cylinder
  • (Possible) Manual Drive Shaft?
Please let me know what problems/ little quarks you ran into while doing this conversion, and if the drive shafts are different.

Thanks guys,
NashT
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You might also need a manual computer. The automatic transmission computer might throw a fit, and make your O/D or CEL light stay lit. If you don't care about the lights, the stock computer should work alright.
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