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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-21-2009, 12:53 PM Thread Starter
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What 4X4 manual transmission options are out there for the 4.6's?

I'm looking to do a Mark VIII motor in my truck and all I can seem to find is a 4X4 transmission out of a F-150. I was just wondering if there were any other transmissions that I could possibly use. Anyone have any ideas what's out there that might be a little cheaper and easier to find? I've found one for $300 but the cheaper the better



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Basically you have the M5OD from a 4.2L F150...

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My 97 F150 has a 4.6 with a 5spd... don't know the exact model, it's a Mazda tranny I think...
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My 97 F150 has a 4.6 with a 5spd... don't know the exact model, it's a Mazda tranny I think...
Yes, in the Gen10s they had the M5OD R2, the same transmission as the Thunderbird SC, not joking.

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Toyo Kogyo/Mazda transmission... but they are different due to the transfercase flange on the rear. Also I'm pretty sure the 4.6's don't have the same bell housing bolt pattern as the 4.2's because the 4.2/3.8 share the 5.0/351 bell housing... If they are the same then I already have a transmission.



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