Take alook at a saginaw 4 speed. Patricks produces a shifter for that
transmission that puts the stick in the right position but you loose your
backup light switch. I am running the saginaw in my 49 panel. A muncie 4
speed would be a nice addition but a much more costly transmission.
>From: "kirk pierce" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Reply-To: "kirk pierce" <email@example.com>
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>Subject: [oletrucks] manual transmissions
>Date: Sun, 3 Nov 2002 20:14:14 -0600
>My '57 1/2 ton currently runs a stock muncie manual 3 speed with overdrive
>tailshaft along with the stock 3.90 rear. However, I would like to switch
>to a 4 or 5 speed. I guess that my options are the S10 T5 that has been
>mentioned on this list or a muncie 4 speed.
>The S10 T5 apparently causes the shifter to be pretty close to the seat.
> Does anyone know if the muncie 4 speed shifter is farther forward
> Is one transmission shorter than the other?
> Is there a linkage that could position the T5 shifter farther
> Can I bolt my muncie 3 speed overdrive tailshaft on a muncie 4
>The 283 that I plan to build will be a revver and shifting the 3 speed
>be a drag during spirited acceleration.
>Thanks in advance for your help!
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