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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-02-05, 10:38 PM Thread Starter
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Question 62 F100 diff in question

I am trying to figure out how to raise my gear ratio in my "chunk". I currently am still running the original differential. And to call it a three speed is not really true in today's world. It blows the tranny gasket if I run 50 mph in it. it doesnt like to get above 45. i have to be able to run it on the road but i keep getting different stories from my truck guys. one says it needs a 3.08 the other says a 3.50 or a 3.70. Help! Its a cruiseomatic tranny. I need to order parts and get this done but cant. Please post some input for me. Thanks guys!

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Re: 62 F100 diff in question

in response to a question that was posed its a 292 small v8. original is the condition of almost everything. im sorry i dont know what the current diff is in it. i am a newbie.

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Re: 62 F100 diff in question

Try this site -
www.ford-truck.com/forums

and scroll down to the classic truck section and ask your question there, more chance of a response!
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