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Old 01-06-2010, 12:38 AM
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Hi there, Ive searched all over and cant find a decent M5OD-R2 exploded diagram. I need to get a few parts but dont know names or part numbers. All ive found is one on supermotors.com. But I belive that's the R1 not R2. Also While on transmission issues, I need a new shift **** (mine has a cobra head currently and it needs to go!) and I dont know where to look as it is press on not screw on. Stock looking or aftermarket is fine, but the cheeper the better.

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Old 01-06-2010, 01:08 AM
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Try this website. You didnt say if you had a 4x2 or 4x4 M5R2.

Manual / Standard Transmission Identification Parts and Diagrams
 
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Old 01-06-2010, 06:10 PM
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Hey thanks alot! That helped me find exactly what I needed. I was looking for the shifter seat. Right now my shifter has a ton of play. I also have the part numbers to order it.

Justin Y.
 
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The shift **** is a press on. It has straight splines on it. The Ford dealer still stocks them. May have to sweet talk the dealer parts guy though. Probably find a good factory shift **** at the bone yard at a reasonable price .
 
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Originally Posted by '90-f150-302-5spd View Post
Right now my shifter has a ton of play.
Pony up for a Hurst shifter for it - hands down the BEST money I have ever spent on my truck.

Just my $0.02
 
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have a question i have spent too much money swapping my truck over from 2wd to four wheel drive i have installed a 6 inch lift the chicken wing dana front axle 3inch blocks in the back with add a leafs the truck is a 1994 ford f150 4x2 sport is with m5r2 trans will a 4x4 tail housing and transfer case i bought used out of a 1993 f150 4x4 fit this truck or is the shafts inside a 2wd and 4wd m5r2 trans different please help me with this or direct me to somewhere on this site that can any help will be greatly appreciated
 
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Originally Posted by '90-f150-302-5spd View Post
Hey thanks alot! That helped me find exactly what I needed. I was looking for the shifter seat. Right now my shifter has a ton of play. I also have the part numbers to order it.

Justin Y.
if you have a ton of play look at the pins in the shift ball while your doing that seat...

looking at the diagrams you found it should show them, right on the top of the shift tower, going through from both sides into groves cut in the shift ball...thats what gave mine a tone of play...but i did the seat too...theyre cheap
 
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I agree with Mike. The hurst shifter was the best thing I could have done in mine. I love that thing. Well did love it. It's sitting right now with a blown tranny. Too much fluid loss due to those pesky little plugs on the shifter housing. Do yourself a favor and replace them.
 
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Originally Posted by mike460 View Post
Pony up for a Hurst shifter for it - hands down the BEST money I have ever spent on my truck.

Just my $0.02
Have you had any issues adjusting the hurst shifter?
 
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Ive got too many other things I need to put money towards to buy one of them hurst shifters. Im not looking for it to shift like a mustang. But I would like to know the cheepest place to buy a whole rebuild for the shifter (pins, seats, and whatever else).
 
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Have you had any issues adjusting the hurst shifter?
Well not really the adjustment of the shifter - but I did have some issues when I installed it. My trans had been rebuilt, and it had the larger shift pins installed to try to correct the stock shifter, so I had to do some grinding on the shifter adapter that bolts between the shifter and the shift tower on the trans - the notches in it were not big enough for the aftermarket pins which would not allow it to sit in the tower far enough. This caused it to be incredibly difficult to get into 5th and reverse, and would pop out of 5th. I still don't have it perfect as it "buzzes" a bit in 5th but it isn't something I can't live with.
 
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