Now I have a '67 transmission in the car and a '66 to go in. The tranny has been used in well over 200 applications and continues to appear in multiple production applications. Hardened gears, short throw shifter, steel front bearing retainer, and tapered output shaft bearing. We'll break out 1960-64 from 1965 later. Two different shift handle attachments have been used on the Hurst mechanisms.
T-14 was used in all others with the 232ci inline 6. Other than that they both look pretty identical, are the same length, have the same style tail stock and the same bolt pattern on the bell housing. The 4532281 unit was pulled from a 1990 Dodge Ram B250 van with a V8 318ci 5. One of the easiest ways to identify an Automatic Transmission is to view the oil pan. A specialized automatic transmission rebuilding shop can rebuild these torque converters to suit a variety of non-stock applications.
It will effect a more firm feeling shift, therefore it is not recommended for those transmissions which specify Dexron only. It was the first T-5 with a front tapered output bearing and steel front bearing retainer. Thanks It is likely the part number for the transmission is contaioned within the first numbers for each transmission. This was also the same bearing that T-96 and T-14 used. There are no other identifiers on the transmission otherwise.
It would take decades for the company to stop using sequential numbers. Cracked this bad boy open though, it all looks new other than sitting and wet from the batch I gave it today before I opened it up. Clutches used with each style drive pinion must have the corresponding number of splines. Chips in the pan, black and burned oil, etc. I promise you that the next transmission I have to replace or any other person I hear of needing a transmission I will be heavily promoting Monster Transmission and tell them that I personally use Monster Transmission. According to Monroe's book, not that it's written in stone or anything, suggests the 66 transmission would be 4 disc and 4 steel, 8 return springs. However, the shift handle stubs where the Hurst handle bolts on is different on these two mechanisms.
The staff has been amazing to work with and takes care of their customers better than any other company I have ever dealt with. The overdrive version was introduced in 1975. There is no leaking coming from the front seals, rear sears or oil pan. Larry The first set of numbers above are on the drivers side and the other set on the passenger side. We are dedicated to giving you the technical support you need, when you need it! The small spline was used in all body styles and with all engines except 440 and 426 Hemi which used the large splines. In late 1970, some applications switched to the bolt-on style handle attachment.
It was also used in Cherokee and Comanche with the 2. While the World Class tag sounds impressive, the reality is that it wasn't until 1990- when Ford updated the T5 to 310 lb-ft of torque- that the transmissions could really be used in any kind of aggressive performance capacity. D13 70-71 3 Speed Manual Transmission-Floor Shift D21 69-71 4 Speed Manual Transmission D31 69-71 A904 3-Speed Auto Trans. This is primarily found on transmissions newer than 1980 and can be identified by an electrical connector on the transmission case. The two 18-spline ratios also used the same first gear. Our remanufactured transmissions give the best shift out of anyone else, ensuring your drive has the best performance. I don't have a 1990 parts book to verify the number carried over into 1990.
These applied to trucks as well as cars. There are myriad T5 boxes used, just within the Mustang world. It will take you right to the book. One example is the second speed gear from the 2. The differences I see between the two that I mentioned is an which is a 3 pin on the 2nd one and an 8 pin din type connector on the 1st. Once translated to serial numbers, one must still know what runs belonged to each car. The T-5Z is a 1993 Cobra T-5 with 2.
However, not all bushed gears are 18-spline. Greetings, I have a need to identify two that I have. Good for Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, and Eagle cars and perhaps minivans. Any help would be greatly appreciated. The T-5 is the only American made standard transmission to span almost 20 years of production. When it shifts from 1st to 2nd its got a really smooth shift and it puts a smile on your face. The one on the bench has some modifications, larger ratio apply lever, both bands are solid, look to be raybestos, pressure plate is marked as a '69 or at least it has a big ol' 69 on it.
For higher-capacity vehicles, along with motorcycles, trailers, and low-speed vehicles, the year code is simply repeated in position 10. Big engine Fords have a 1. Most 4 cylinder T-5s received a 3. Now that I know the 66 has been opened I'm not really sure what's been done or been changed. This switch is usually mounted on the accelerator linkage. In 1983 and '84, Ford used non-World Class T-5 to improve performance and gas mileage at the same time.
Some parts are not interchangeable from year-to-year due to modifications and updates. . In 1958, Chrysler switched the year to the first letter it was L , and the second two places were for the car model. This situation is useful since drag racers generally prefer the earlier version and street drivers the newer style. B+C Body B39 69 only H. We are making the assumption that your vehicle has the original type transmission that was installed at the factory. There are also three drive pinion bearing retainer pilot sizes that serve as a basis for identifying transmissions.