Help to ID a Borg Warner Trans
Can anyone help me identify the following Ford Borg Warner 4 speed trans? I believe it is from a late 1961 or early 1962 Ford Galaxie bu I would like to know what the "B" signifies???
Thr trans numbers are T-10 B-1 The tail housing is T10B-7
There is an attached tag on trans housing that reads 2A3-D-1
If anyone can interpret these codes for me I would really appreciate it.
It is a 1962 T10B transmission.
The B only signifies that it is a T10B transmission as opposed to any other variation of the T10.
Thank you for the reply and the help.
Can you be more specific for me? For eample, what tells you it is a 1962 trans? Is it the "2" in the Tag 2A3-D-1?? What do the other numbers on the tag mean?? The "B" must signify something? or it would be a "D" or an "F" or something else?? I know it means a variation of the T10, but what is that variation??
Thank you very much for your help and patience. Bill
The 2A3-D-1 is the date of assembly.
No idea what the specifics of the B variation are, so can't tell you. You may have a hard time finding anyone that can answer that question as even the engineers that designed it probably could not tell you even if they were still alive.
All I can tell you for sure is that a T10B is different than a T10T and is different than any other variation.
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