Nos Oem 1960 Ford Falcon Comet Transmission Tail Housing Bushing C0dp-7a034-b on 2040-parts.com
Springfield, Massachusetts, United States
Other Part Number:C0DP7A034B
Manufacturer Part Number:C0DP-7A034-B
Ford Transmission Tail Housing Bushing
Part Number: C0DP-7A034-B / C0DP7A034B
Item is NOS
Note: This is the bushing and seal set for the tailshaft housing of the 2.77 3 speed manual transmission, the Dagenham 4 speed manual transmission or the Ford-a-matic 2 speed automatic transmission used behind the 6 cylinder engines in all models of the 1960 - 1965 Ford Falcon & Mercury Comet. The O.D. of the bushing is 1.50 inches and the I.D. of the bushing is 1.375 inches and it is approx. 1.375 inches long. When installing the bushing, be sure to keep the oil drain hole pointed to the bottom of the housing.
Ford Falcon 1960-1965
Mercury Comet 1960-1965
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