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85 powerstroke conversion

I have conveted my 85 to a 95 powerstroke with the help of a donor truck.The dash, wiring, motor, and tranny all installed in my 85 crew cab. I Would like to leave the 85 axle. Is there some way to change the abs/speed sensor. Maybe a aftermarket or make it run off the tranny? Anything will help.Thanks!
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did you use the 85trans? if so you can use a electronic sensor in place of the mechanical


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You could mount the exciter ring to the drive shaft.

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95 trans E40D. I have found a relocater that moves it to the slip yoke off the tranny, but haven't make contact with the supplyer yet!
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Exclamation After market speed sensor?

Does any one know where I can find an after market exciter ring that will install on the slip yoke of E40D tranny. I found one, but there has to be more than one company making this kind of mod? thanks
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Fixed my own problem by welding 32 tooth motorcycle sprocket to my slip yoke and the fabbed a bracket off the tranny to hold the sensor 1/8 inch from sprocket. works great.
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