NSP part 4

Dan in WI

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T1 dated a girl like that.


I'd put a Ford C6 against a 727 for durability. I've seen them survive hellacious neglect and abuse.

IHC used the old Borg Warner auto (IIRC, similar to a Ford FMX), and later the 727TF in their Light Line (Scouts, pickups, Travelalls). They used Allison autos in their MD/HD trucks.



T1 dated a few girls like that...



Ebony and Ivory? Asking for Ckelp...




Zing!
Who the fuck is this guy?

Can anyone vouch for him?

I'm gonna need to see some ID, pal.
 

treeslayer2003

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T1 dated a girl like that.


I'd put a Ford C6 against a 727 for durability. I've seen them survive hellacious neglect and abuse.

IHC used the old Borg Warner auto (IIRC, similar to a Ford FMX), and later the 727TF in their Light Line (Scouts, pickups, Travelalls). They used Allison autos in their MD/HD trucks.



T1 dated a few girls like that...



Ebony and Ivory? Asking for Ckelp...




Zing!
look, a nooby!



the c6 is a good heavy duty trans with 6 planet gears. there were 727s like that but in motor homes and maybe some camper specials. both of those transmissions will work forever as long as they have fluid in um. c4s and 904s.....meh........c3 is pretty junky imo and should have never been put behind any thing more than 100hp. i have a low opinion of a 700r4 to though. i will say prolly any of the 70s trans will out live what ya get in a new car today. if i had millions, i would not know what to buy.
 

Eccentric

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half the trucks here are super/heavy duties with a lot of class 4 'pickups' with flatbeds, all are fairly new.
There's a good number of new/newish trucks here too, but most are in the 10-20+ age range (like my 2000 diesel F350 flatbed that just rolled over 200k).

There's also a shocking number of 1950's-1990's Ford/GM/Dodge trucks still in use doing real work. Surprising, given that I'm firmly in the snow belt. They don't salt the roads here (just plowing and grit) however. I know of three Studabaker pickups (all in fantastic shape), eight early Broncos (just saw a cherry uncut, bone stock origional yesterday), a handful of Scouts and IHC pickups, and dozens of Ford, GM, Dodge, and IHC MD/HD trucks in Park County alone.

Hell there's eve a couple Desotos being driven around Cody. Then there's the hundreds of 1940's-1990's Ford/NH/AC/White/Oliver/MF/JD/IHC/Case tractors being worked daily on the farms here.
 

Steve NW WI

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look, a nooby!



the c6 is a good heavy duty trans with 6 planet gears. there were 727s like that but in motor homes and maybe some camper specials. both of those transmissions will work forever as long as they have fluid in um. c4s and 904s.....meh........c3 is pretty junky imo and should have never been put behind any thing more than 100hp. i have a low opinion of a 700r4 to though. i will say prolly any of the 70s trans will out live what ya get in a new car today. if i had millions, i would not know what to buy.
I remember differently. Hardly ever got 100k out of a trans back then, of course the rest of the car was shot by then too. I put more than a few 727s between small blocks and transfer cases in Dodge 4x4s, along with more than my share of TH350s, hardly ever had to fix a 400 tho. Friends with Fords fixed their stuff too, and often.

Granny low 4 speeds were the bulletproof back then.
 

DSS

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My new truck has an external trans filter, and a drain plug.
My dodge got new fluid about every 40k us miles, i towed lots.
Truck had over 200k us miles on da original trans.
Pan rotted out once,, commom
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It's got a filter cause it's a dump truck transmission. Which most dump trucks don't have a tranny filter either
 
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