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Mason's 1968 model 05

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Re: Mason's 1968 model 05
Thu Mar 14, 2019 8:54 am


Well I unbolted the front shifting tower, spun it all around, scraped on it, and tried to find a number, any number, but there is no number on the front tower that I could see. :?
So I went to the back and scrubbed on the receiver and there was a number!!
The raised number is 149-D-117 but there is an etched number that appears to be 2 F
I called eaton some time ago, they said it went to Freightliner and Freightliner installed the shift mechanism. Freighliner also installed the clutch. He was able to tell me it was a Freightliner chassis, but beyond that he had no idea. I think it is a 1991 or so model year.
I pulled the plug off the other end, and the shift rod on the transmission goes all the way through! So now I am really lost on what this transmission was installed in brand new? :| :| :?:
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1968 05 eagle with 8v71 and Eaton Fuller 9 speed
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