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Old 03-03-2003, 12:26 PM
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Hey guys what up. i have an 73 dodge truck 2 wheel drive and has a slant six in it. what i was woundering is what kind of transmision it has in it? the only numbers i could find on it were x1042.could someone tell what kind it is or tell me a site i can go to, to see what kind it is? thanks.

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the no. dont mean any thing to me but if its an automatic its a 904, early 70s only had two trans v8 were 727 6s were 904. good luck. after review it seems like trucks did have a 727 6 cylinder, look at the tranny pan right under the dip stick tube the pan will have a bump right on the corner if it is a 727, hope i didnt confuse you.

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measure the transmission and let me know!!! I would like to think that it has a 727 for that type of application. But I would probably bet that it has a 904 in it since it is a slanty motor!!!! The 727 is going to be longer than 904. Measure it and let me know. another way to tell is: Looking at the pan from below does the pan have a defined ear where the dippstick is inserted. If that ear is there then it is more than likely a 727. if it doesn't then it is a 904. Joel
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no it don't have an "ear" on it or nothing.
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904 - torq flite 6 transmission pan has 13, 1/2 head screws and 727- torq flite has 14, 1/2 head
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Ok. thanks for the info
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