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88' 7.3 tranny


Created On Saturday July 08, 2006 20:22 Diesel Talk
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Hello I am wondering what tranny I have in my 88' F350. it's a 3 speed auto. I also need to know what tranny oil filter to get for it. some one burnt the tranny and I need to change the oil what else should I look out for? also what gears should I put in the rear end to up my speed. I am running at 3000rpm's @ 60 mph (according to speedometer). thanks Dave
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