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Can you put a 1995 f-250 e40d tran in a 1990 f-250 that also has a e40d tran they both look the same and have a 5.8 moter?

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2011-09-12 15:49:46
2011-09-12 15:49:46

you can, but it will require you to replace the output shaft on the '95 trans. with your old '90 model, as there is a worm gear built onto the old style output shaft to drive the speedometer cable. To replace the output shaft, you have to nearly completely teardown the transmission.

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