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435 trans and 205 case. Trans was opened for inspection
and shifts into all gears easily. Came out of the 74 bronc
I got recently. Trans shifter is bent in the correct spot already.

Also comes with another 435 trans from a 2WD 83 F350.
(can use that shifter if not going into an early bronco)
That trans seems locked up, but have not opened to see
what the deal is with it.

http://luxjo.supermotors.net/FOR SALE/435_205/435_205/DCP03594.JPG
http://luxjo.supermotors.net/FOR SALE/435_205/435_205/DCP03603.JPG
http://luxjo.supermotors.net/FOR SALE/435_205/435_205/DCP03596.JPG

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Lkewood, NJ 08701

Looking for 125$ just to get it out of my way.
 

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Yes, 205 case is all gear. Strongest TC ford probably ever made. Low range is not great (2:1), but can be easily be twin sticked and used with 203 range box for 4:1 doubler.
 

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I'm not looking to make a Rock crawler or anything, I'm just looking for something super strong to go behind a really stout 545ci that I'm building. I'm interested but need to find a way to come get em' that's not going to drain my wallet in fuel. I have a Honda Civic that gets 38 mpg, but I don't know how everything would fit in the trunk.

Could you split the T case and tranny to make it easier?
 

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I'm not looking to make a Rock crawler or anything, I'm just looking for something super strong to go behind a really stout 545ci that I'm building. I'm interested but need to find a way to come get em' that's not going to drain my wallet in fuel. I have a Honda Civic that gets 38 mpg, but I don't know how everything would fit in the trunk.

Could you split the T case and tranny to make it easier?
Should be stout enough behind that, just going to need a real decent clutch.

I hear ya on the MPG thing, seems more and more cars are becoming "pickups" :toothless. I had 5, 31" tires and rims in my ford probe once :doh0715:. Anyway, yes I can split them.

Is it a trunk or hatchback. I have a bobcat with forks that could be used to lower them down (relatively softly) with a chain without busting our backs, especially if it is a trunk. The trans's aren't that heavy, but the TC is pushing 150.......
 

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It's a 2006 and it has a trunk. I have to think of some other way to come pick them up. Maybe I can borrow my buddies Toyota Tacoma, or rent a small truck if I have to.

I'll let you know something soon.

Thanks again.
 
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