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I converted my 85 f350 to a 95 powerstroke. Motor,tranny,dash and wires from donor truck. I lefted the 85 axles witch does't have the abs sender.Is there some way the by-pass the axle sender or even install an aftermarket that might work on dive-line so that my speedometer will work corectly?
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not that i know of. unless you can get a 92 or previous tranny or tranny housing (if it fits) that contains the vss. honestly, it would be way easier to swap in a proper rear end. save time and frustration.

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not that i know of. unless you have get a 92 or previous tranny or tranny housing (if it fits) that contains the vss. honestly, it would be way easier to swap in a proper rear end. save time and frustration.
My thoughts exactly!

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X2 but make sure the gear ratio in the rear axle matches the front if its 4x4

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