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I'm putting together a project [abortion] that I need a trans for. The engine is a 2-71 detroit,the truck a '50 ford F-5. This will be for parade use and occassional deliveries;very light loads. I want a lot of gears,the engine has a Cat. 2 bellhousing. Did MACK make a multi geared trans for their smaller gas burners? I'm open to ideas,haven't found a cheap RT-613,which is small enough to fit. If you have any ideas,please e-mail me at: cdcreit@earthlink.net I own a dm and rd dumps and a Superliner. THANKS!!!!

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I'm putting together a project [abortion] that I need a trans for. The engine is a 2-71 detroit,the truck a '50 ford F-5. This will be for parade use and occassional deliveries;very light loads. I want a lot of gears,the engine has a Cat. 2 bellhousing. Did MACK make a multi geared trans for their smaller gas burners? I'm open to ideas,haven't found a cheap RT-613,which is small enough to fit. If you have any ideas,please e-mail me at: cdcreit@earthlink.net I own a dm and rd dumps and a Superliner. THANKS!!!!

If you are working on an abortion, a coat hanger will suffice with no need for expensive utencils.

Yes, Mack did make small multi speed transmissions for their gasoline powered trucks. They were of the TR-67 series that I've been around.

I have a very small nine speed fuller that uses 1710 series u-joints and a small clutch with SAE #2 housing. It is from a 1979 Ford with a 534V8 gas engine. Nothing wrong with the trans other than being in my barn for a few years. Truck backfired and burnt up so was junked.

I'd rather trade something of use rather than sell if your interested. Got any good 20" steer tires? Always looking for spare Mack parts.

Thanks,

Rob

Dog.jpg.487f03da076af0150d2376dbd16843ed.jpgPlodding along with no job nor practical application for my existence, but still trying to fix what's broke.

 

 

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