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Old 02-10-2008, 02:58 PM   #1
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how hard would it be to convert to a floor shift automatic
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Old 02-10-2008, 03:45 PM   #2
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Many years ago, I had an F100, 1974 vintage. The linkage broke, or was otherwise inoperable. I took the truck to a local repair shop and they were able to install a floor shifter from a Ford car. They had to cut a hole in the floor of the truck to accomplish this, but in the end everything worked out fine. I just had to lean over a little to move the shifter.
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i have a 1989 f-150 that came out of the factory as a 4 speed but someone changed it to a automatic. Well when they did that they had to be able to shift the tranny so they utilized the old 4 speed hole with a floor shifter. It has a few air leaks but it does work good and hasnt given me a bit of probs yet. I hope it all holds out until about this november because then I will have the money to switch it back to a 4 speed. Anyway it works good but why would you do it?
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dude im doing the same thing its not hard at all
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i have a 1989 f-150 that came out of the factory as a 4 speed but someone changed it to a automatic. Well when they did that they had to be able to shift the tranny so they utilized the old 4 speed hole with a floor shifter. It has a few air leaks but it does work good and hasnt given me a bit of probs yet. I hope it all holds out until about this november because then I will have the money to switch it back to a 4 speed. Anyway it works good but why would you do it?


i like the look of a floor shifter better than a column shifter
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but what all do i need to buy to do it other than the shifter, shift **** etc
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I'm guessing some custom mount and linkage, and a steering column out of a manual truck.
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Since were on this subject do you think i could put one on my 4r70w tranny
I was looking at http://store.summitracing.com/partde...3+&appfilter=1 and was wondering if i could maybe make it work. Was thinking of useing their ***** with the buttons for the over drive? What do you guys think?
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im prolly goin to find a wrecked truck like mine only with a stick shift and steal the boot and shifter and steering column
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have you looked at junkyards?
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