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Old 08-04-2012, 12:20   #1 (permalink)
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67 F-100 Tranny Swap?

I have a 67 F-100 with a 3 spd manual trans. I'd like to put in a C-6. I was looking in LMC the other day at carpet and, they say there are different height humps in the floor. Does anyone know if a C-6 will fit in a body that came with a manual transmission? The truck came with the FE motor and I have found and purchased a working C-6. I'm hoping it will fit.
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Re: 67 F-100 Tranny Swap?

If memory serves me correctly, Ford had different covers that went on top of the tranny that screwed to the floor pan. For shifting on the tree, the hump had a lower profile, but when shifting on the floor, it rose up to accommodate for the linkage.

I found this site that lists the hump covers, but the detailed description shays they're for Chevys even though the brief description has them as Ford. Bear in mind, I've only used them for pricing, I do not know their reputation.

https://c2cfabrication.com/store/adv...oor+shift+hump
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