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4r100 question

Is the 4r100 in my PSD the same as the one in my Expedition?

Looking at the prices of 4r100's being sold as PSD transmissions, it seems you could find one in an old Expedition much cheaper.
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Hmmm not sure, but I would think they would be the same trans.

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no they are not the same. Same design but the bell housing, torque converter, clutch pacs and so on are all different. You can put some of the inerds of a PSD 4r100 into an expedition to make it better, but the inerds of an expedition 4r100 will not hold up to a psd even if you could bolt it up.

The reason a PSD 4R100 is more $$$ is because it has beafier parts to it.

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I checked around

I would think that the bellhousing and torque converter would be different of course. I checked around and this is what I found:

Transmission, expedition, navigator, 4r100, 4wd 00-02 $2,303.89 $1,000.00 $2,116.70

Transmission, f250 pick-up, 4r100, 7.3l diesel, w/pto, 4wd - 1999-06 super duty - 1999-06 SUPER DUTY 99-00 $2,303.89 $1,000.00 $2,116.70

Found that info HERE:

Seems to be the same thing????????????
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I heard ford is putting out a beefed up 4r100 and a beefed up torque converter now. Might be worth asking about

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Brians Truck Shop has a really good transmission. He specializes in fords.

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