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Old 06-19-2011, 01:13 PM   #1
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i have a 1998 f150 short bed single cab project truck, is the 5 speed and 2wd, it has the 4.2l but thats why its a project truck, im currently building a 351w to a 393 stroker, and i am dumping it in the pickup, i have everything already planned out, my only question is for you guys is what type of trans comes stock in the truck and is there a bell housing that can be put in or bolt on to use my stock tranny??? thanks for the info, any replies are info,

p.s dont worry about emissions
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