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Can you put a 1995 f-250 e40d transmission in a 1990 f-250 with a e40d tran they both have a 5.8 moter and they do look the same?

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2006-03-31 04:49:15
2006-03-31 04:49:15

yes if they are both the same size front to back ans side to side and make shur all the conectors and so on are the same

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