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Old 12-16-2011, 09:53 AM
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HELP... zf5 swap ?

I am about to buy a donor truck if the parts will fit. donor is a 91 f250 diesel with zf5, my truck is a 96 diesel with e4od. will all the parts work on mine? flywheel, clutch, tranny, crossmember, clutch pedal?
anyone know? I heard 92-97 is what to look for on the clutch pedal but im not sure on everything else.
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Old 12-16-2011, 10:17 AM
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AFAIK everything works, but hopefully someone can chime in on pedal tho
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If you're going to all that trouble, you're putting in a new clutch, right? And what kind of flywheel does the donor have? If it's a dual-mass, like the OBS OEM, you'd def. want to replace that with a single-mass as well.

Are both trucks 2WD (or both 4x4)?

Edit -- I _just_ read on another forum that the flywheel bolt pattern on the IDI is totally different, so you're probably looking at a new flywheel and clutch in any event.

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Both 4wd, i will be putting a single mass in it. I believe the tranny will bolt up but its the weaker 42 instead of the 47 zf5. Thats what i have read anyway. But i cant find any info on the clutch pedal or crossmember yet.
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Both 4wd, i will be putting a single mass in it. I believe the tranny will bolt up but its the weaker 42 instead of the 47 zf5. Thats what i have read anyway. But i cant find any info on the clutch pedal or crossmember yet.
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The pedal is 92 and up specific. But one from a 150 with a straight 6 will work. They are all the same regardless of motor. The crossmemeber is the same but backwards I believe
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