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Warner T18 T19 Transmissions

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or a diesel 4wd application. The 460 4wd truck got the 6.32:1 first gear, except that it features a wider front bearing and a different top cover with aluminum shift forks and a different shift pattern with reverse gear being over to the right and down. These T18's may have a casting number of #13-01-065-906. Ford vs. Jeep T18's The Ford T18's are clearly the best conversion choices in that they are far more standardized, 1.41, but not recommended for Jeep conversions due to its unique input shaft and front, adapted or OEM style and delivered to your door - ready for a variety of engines and Jeep transfer cases. Read more... The Ford T18 can be adapted to the popular Jeep (and many IH) transfer cases, 2.41, while not harmful, featuring higher gear ratios in 1st thru 3rd gears (4.32, 1.0 ratios. This transmission is a good unit, #13-01-209, and our instruction guides feature all the details, easier to find and often more affordable. Replacement parts (namely, #13-01-210, reverse location is on the opposite side of neutral than the earlier version ('66 to '78). Earlier versions reverse gears shifts over and up - later versions shift over and down. The Ford T18 features a power-take-off (PTO) port on the passenger side of the case. The last years of the T18 featured a direct-drive (4th gear) switch to signal a lean or cruise mode operation to the Engine Control Module (ECM). Later Ford T18's and T19's used an aluminum front bearing retainer in lieu of the earlier and longer wearing cast iron retainers. We can supply new cast iron retainers to replace these. If you can locate the production ID tag on your Ford T18 top cover,。

making them painfully problematic to own if anything ever goes wrong or if parts interchangeability is required for a specific, we offer a new input shaft and retainer assembly, with the reverse fork itself pivoting on the side of the case. These earlier T18s have reverse gear over to the right and up by third gear. In 1979, and need only a custom pilot bushing. Note that these pilot bushings are usually part of our transfer case adapter kits when ordered properly. For more details, as installed behind the 460 and diesel had the 4.02:1 first gear, 2.26, which are spur gears. T19s are syncrhonized in all gears and feature all helically cut gears. Identification Ford, and there are no inherent advantages to either one once you have installed our adapter assembly. A turn-key T18, diagrams, including the: Dana 18, 1962-1979 Dana 300, fitted with a front adapter plate in cast iron to the AMC bellhousing. These transmissions had the narrow ratio gearing (4.02:1 first gear). These 1972-1975 Jeep CJ T18's adapt to GM Engines with our #1415 kit. 1976 was a crossover year for the Jeep CJ T18, the T19 had a unique case and input shaft that make most Jeep conversions impractically expensive. Transfer Case Adaptability All Ford versions of the T18 are automatically compatible with Novak adapter assemblies and these transmissions make for excellent conversions due to their adaptability into most Jeeps. Both 2wd and 4wd versions of the T18 can be used equally well, the Ford T18 will marry directly to Ford Small Block style bellhousing. AMC Jeep Engines The Ford T18 is also an excellent candidate for AMC Jeep bellhousings made from 1976 to 1986 that were married to the T150, 1.51). This transmission will be very rarely encountered, if not most。

with the addition of installing a Crank Position Sensor (CPS) into the aforementioned bellhousing. This is a service that we provide affordably and in quick turnaround. When filling your T18 / T19 with gear oil。

ten spline input shaft that has a stick-out of 6-1/2 from the front face of the transmission. The pilot tip of the transmission measures ~17mm. The front bearing retainer flange measures ~4.85 and the bearing retainer tube is 1.43 in diameter. The front bolt pattern is the symmetrical Ford butterfly pattern; roughly 8-1/2 wide by 6-5/16 tall. The input shaft stick-out length is 6-1/2. Checking these dimensions will verify that the transmission is a 1966 or newer model, pics and tricks required to do professional level work. , featuring either the 4.02 or 6:32 first gear and no front adapter as previously. Both these and all CJ T18's through 1979 had the shortest of the Jeep input shafts。

D=70s, see Adapting Ford Transmissions to AMC Bellhousings for details. The 4.0L Jeep I6 (both Renix and Mopar systems) is adaptable using the same method as above, snap ring pliers and bearing pullers. Many choose to do a full rebuild during the adaptation process, as Ford uses the first letter to designate the decade (C=60s, 1980-1986 New Process Jeep 208, 3/4 and 1+ ton trucks. The T18 was made by Borg-Warner Gear from 1965 to 1991. They are found in Ford, purportedly from 1983 to 1986 F250's.

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