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Old August 7th, 2007, 11:05 AM   #1
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This transmission and transfer case worked great at the time it was removed from the truck. They are out of a 1986 f-350 crew cab. Included is a brand new HUGHES high proformance deep oil pan and installation kit. They have 130,000 miles on them. I will sell these seperatly. I am asking $450 ob best offer. I will sell the transmission transfer case and oil pan seperatly. I am located in white lake, oakland county michigan 48386
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Old August 7th, 2007, 08:11 PM   #2
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It appears as a 460 bolt pattern. Is that right? Don't know what the diesel pattern looks like. What model T/C is that?
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How much for the pan seperately?
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Hi bigblocked, I may not know how to identify the t/case as good as you, if you like I can send you a better picture so you can. the trans and t/case was bolted to a 351 W If you have any other questions or would like to see it please let me know.
frdtrckmnrich, the pan sells new for about $150 I will sell this new unused pan for $95
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It appears as a 460 bolt pattern. Is that right? Don't know what the diesel pattern looks like. What model T/C is that?
Hi bigblocked, I may not know how to identify the t/case as good as you, if you like I can send you a better picture so you can. the trans and t/case was bolted to a 351 W If you have any other questions or would like to see it please let me know.
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frdtrckmnrich, the pan sells new for about $150 I will sell this new unused pan for $95
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that looks like a bw1356 t-case just to help u out. Cheers Mike
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how much for the trans only? Will it bolt to a 302?
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how much for the trans only? Will it bolt to a 302?
I will sell the transmission for $300 or best offer. The transmission was bolted to a 351 W The information that I have, is that it will bolt to your 302 or any small block.
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measurement on the front driveshaft? and u willing sell the front driveshaft?
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measurement on the front driveshaft? and u willing sell the front driveshaft?
Hey Blazin79 I will sell the front drive shaft for $35 the measurenent I took is with the shaft collapsed and is from the center of the bearing cup. Drive shaft only 30". measured to the center of the bearing cup including the double yoke 33"
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