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Old 02-20-2014, 11:20 AM
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2006 Ford ZF 6 5.4 Trans

Will this work in a 7.3 or a 6.0? I found a deal on a ZF 6 from a 2006 Super Duty 5.4L that I want to put behind a Cummins. I figured I'd ask on here since it's a Ford tranny.

Anyways, the only thing I could find is that the ZF 6's behind the 5.4 and the 7.3L diesel are the standard torque and the ones behind the 6.0 are the high torque ones. So would the bell housing just be different between the gas and diesel ones? Then couldn't I just swap a diesel bell housing on it? And input shaft??

I was thinking about going nv4500 but those blow up easily, so I found a deal on a ZF6 and want it! Thanks a lot guys!
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