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> On Thu, 18 Jan 2007 14:51:21 GMT, aarcuda69062
> >What part of;
> > "I know that the New Process granny gear 4 speed
> >will work, as they came as original equipment in these trucks.
> >But I don't really want the granny gear."
> >couldn't you understand Snoflake?
> You know, if you did not have this venue to vent your childishness you
> would be lost.
And if you didn't have this venue, the amount of inaccurate
information in the world would be cut in half.
> Useing a car type tranny in a truck can work poorly
> sometimes especailing if converting from a automatic to a manual
> since automatic have taller rear axles back then generally and car
> trannies have taller gears resulting in a LOT of clutch action.
Ever think that the guy building the truck and spending money is
in a better position to decide what HE wants?
> would no
>this to if you realy had a clue about thing and would not
> spout off the way you do all the time.
Look bird brain, I've overhauled more NP435s, T-10s, M-20-21-22s
and Chrysler 833s than you've ever passed on the highway.
> THe reason I did suggest the
> NP435 is because the taller rear axle will not result in shorter
> clutch life nor reduced starting power to get load moving when needed.
Just because you can't keep from wearing a clutch out doesn't
mean everyone else is afflicted with that problem, and who said
he was hauling a load to begin with?
> YOu do not look at the big picture and
You can't even read the instructions.
You offered NO useful information to the OP, just regurgitated
what he already knew about and decided against.
> never will because you have
> narrow vision and are too focused on trying to trash me to make
> yourself feel better. Knock yourself out!
Your amateur psychology rates right up there with your amateur
mechanical skills. >> Stay informed about: '73 F100 Transmission swap ??