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5-speed??

What 5-Speed Transmission can I put on my 6.9? It's begging for something other than the the 4-speed that's on it.

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Anyone? Or is there another forum for IDI Diesels?
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no this is the right place buddy

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A zf out of a 87-94 with a 7.3 engine you'll need the floor pan and crossmember plus all the clutch hydraulics. or you could buy my 92 with an automatic od for $2k

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When you say Floor Pan, are you talking Cab? or just the piece where the Shifter comes through?
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the piece of sheetmetal in the floor unbolts the 5sp needs more room try oilburners.net

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no you dont need anouther floor pan and you can use the same hyd clutch masster and slave cylinder that you already have. I have done thios swap twice and it is easy. you will have to get a clutch for the five speed cause the input shaft is bigger than the four speed. the cross member must be moved back bot you can drill new holes for the bolts. The time and money are well worth it. I was up in the high 21mpg on my 86 with the banks turbo that I had on it. if you have any questions just email me at tjhamberg@hotmail.com
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