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Need help identifying a T10 tranny please

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 53ash, Dec 4, 2012.

  1. 53ash
    Joined: Sep 9, 2005
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    53ash
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    from Plano, TX

    We have a Borg Warner T10. It has a cast iron body and cast iron tail shaft housing.

    housing casting numbers 13 04 065 902 tail shaft casting T10K-7

    1 groove on the input shaft

    Input shaft is 10 spline. The output is 16 spline. There is a number stamped by the cover WG 2242
    Just can't seem to get the same answer twice! Thanks in advance.
     
  2. PackardV8
    Joined: Jun 7, 2007
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    Dimensions would help, especially the input shaft length and pilot diameter.

    Also, most T10s have casting dates cast into them.

    jack vines
     
  3. 53ash
    Joined: Sep 9, 2005
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    53ash
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    from Plano, TX

    Input shaft sticks out of its collar 3 3/8"
    Pilot is .588 x 1". Long
    Stem to stern tranny is 29 1/8"
     
  4. 53ash
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    53ash
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    from Plano, TX

    The input shaft is 6 3/4" total length from mounting surface
     

  5. stude54
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    stude54
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    from michigan

    build date is (G) 7th month, 22 day, 4 - 1974 2 - second shift. july 22, 1974 = WG2242

    Single ring means 2:43 first gear.

    Mine is WJ 1032. with the same input teeth but a 27 tooth output. The 16 output sounds like an older unit but I don't think they used those number earlier.

    It should be one of the later first generation Super T-10's before the went to the larger counter shaft and aluminum case.
     
    Last edited: Dec 4, 2012
  6. 53ash
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    53ash
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    from Plano, TX

    Thanks for that info.
     

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