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Old 05-15-2018, 10:18 AM
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Help identify this transmission

My late father left quite a bit behind when he passed, and while we're fairly certain this comes from a mid-50s era application, I'd like to verify with some outside help. The various casting numbers are R10F-1A Q 11; in a rectangular box are the numbers 5-26; W.G. DIV. 56R; a number 5 in a circle; and AF-7006- in a rectangular box






 
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Old 05-15-2018, 10:32 AM
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That is a Ford 3-speed transmission with a Borg Warner electric overdrive and it appears to be from a ‘54–‘56 Ford truck.
 
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Looks like a 6-cyl block pattern?
 
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Looks like a 6-cyl block pattern?
Yes it is so it would be correct for a 53-56 ford f100 with the 215 in 53 and the 223 in 54-56 with the bell housing pictured
 
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It looks just like my 3 speed except for the tail shaft




Yours has one like this
 
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Thanks, everyone. I'm trying to help my Mom sell off the surplus items left behind after my Dad passed. Appreciate all the help.
 
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My late father left quite a bit behind when he passed, and while we're fairly certain this comes from a mid-50s era application, I'd like to verify with some outside help. The various casting numbers are R10F-1A Q 11; in a rectangular box are the numbers 5-26; W.G. DIV. 56R; a number 5 in a circle; and AF-7006- in a rectangular box
Y'all are missing an important detail.

What truck had a flange on the extension housing used with a rear mount (rubber insulator)?

IMO: This O/D trans is from a car, since cars use a single rear mount. Bolts to the flange, then to the cross member.

Upper pic: Truck R/L upper/lower rear rubber insulators. Where is the flange? No see um.

 
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Bill, as I recall from previous discussions about OD in these trucks, there was a "supplementary support" for the tailshaft of the OD trucks. I can't find that thread or the support in my books.
 
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