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What do you guys think of this?

I was looking at transmission stuff and came across this and really wanna do a manual swap and kinda like this one, so what do you guys think? High-Impact NV4500 Conversion Listing

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for the money id go BTS. but since your wanting a manual why this tranny over one from say a 99 7.3? just curious...

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My '94.5 OBS has a ZF5 and my '02 Dodge has a NV4500.

OBS: shifts more like an old Russian tractor.
Dodge: shifts more like a sports car.

Same runs true for all Fords and Dodges that I have driven.

I don't know much about doing the conversion but if you are serious about going to a manual trans I might really look into what you are suggesting


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for the money id go BTS. but since your wanting a manual why this tranny over one from say a 99 7.3? just curious...
That's what I was thinking too, I'm just tossing around ideas right now, I would like to take a 6spd and put it in my truck though, that'd be cool, but like I said, I'm just tossing around ideas right now

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