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Old 06-21-2013, 01:53 PM   #1
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What transmissions will interchange for a 96-2000 ford mustang. I am going to look at it here in a bit but it was V6 converted over to a V8 4.6 supposeable but it needs a transmission for it because I have seen truck transmission work for fox bodys mustangs but this one is not fox body of course so I just needed help I am only 20 so I don't know much about interchanges. If you need anymore information just let me know.
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Old 06-21-2013, 07:01 PM   #2
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T-45 (5 Speed), TR3650 (Newer 5 Speed), T-56 (Cobra 6 Speed) or a good old 4 speed AOD automatic.

Make sure you check whether you have an 8 or 6 bolt crankshaft so you get the right flywheel/flexplate.
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T-45 (5 Speed), TR3650 (Newer 5 Speed), T-56 (Cobra 6 Speed) or a good old 4 speed AOD automatic.

Make sure you check whether you have an 8 or 6 bolt crankshaft so you get the right flywheel/flexplate.
Its not a aod in these cars, its the 4r70w.
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