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1 ton 2 speed rear end

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grumps65

04-12-2007 19:51:50




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Does anyone have any info on 1 ton 2 speed rear ends or inline over drives thanks Grumps




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Oldmax

04-18-2007 06:16:43




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 Re: 1 ton 2 speed rear end in reply to grumps65, 04-12-2007 19:51:50  
Sorry about messing that one up . I havent seen a two spd axle in a 1 ton but have in a 1 1/2 ton . Some thing you maght try to find a 5 spd O/D trans from a larger truck . once you get past shift pattern is OK .



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Oldmax

04-18-2007 06:14:35




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 Re: 1 ton 2 speed rear end in reply to grumps65, 04-12-2007 19:51:50  
I havent seen a two spd axle in a ! ton but have in a 1 1/2 ton . Some thing you maght try to find a 5 spd O/V trans from a larger truck . once you get past shift pattern is OK .



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Pioneer

04-15-2007 07:56:43




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 Re: 1 ton 2 speed rear end in reply to grumps65, 04-12-2007 19:51:50  
What model of Spicer Auxillary would one use in a 1 ton? Is there other over & under gearboxes available?



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Roy Suomi

04-13-2007 09:44:54




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 Re: 1 ton 2 speed rear end in reply to grumps65, 04-12-2007 19:51:50  
I haven't seen any 2 speeds for a 1 ton..Everybody I know uses a Spicer auxiliary transmission..I put one in my F-600..A buddy of mine has one in a 1970 C-20 Camper Special pick-up truck powered with a Detroit 3-53..My F-600 picked up about 8 mph at 2500 rpms..I then went to taller tires and picked up another 4 to 5 mph.



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