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06-08-2006 08:21 PM
65Stanger Yeah, that was more of my question Cboy. Can't look up what we don't know though can we? =)
06-08-2006 08:10 PM
Originally Posted by 65Stanger
What tranny is in the '78 f150? I'm absolutely positive I can find you a rebuild kit.
Most likely that's a C6. [edit: er, um, maybe I jumped the gun - could be standard not auto - not clear from post]
06-08-2006 07:57 PM
65Stanger What tranny is in the '78 f150? I'm absolutely positive I can find you a rebuild kit.
06-08-2006 06:47 PM
78F-150 351m
1978 ford f150 tranny

with a 351 modified.

The tranny refuses to shift into first. Reverse works just fine, and the fluid is clean, and at the correct level. Filter is new. Is there a rebuild kit?

What should it cost to get this rebuilt at a shop? Is a rebuild necessary? I cannot find a replacement tranny in this area.

I will wait for the fury of wisdom!


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