70 vert t5 tranny

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Ruffrider
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Re: 70 vert t5 tranny

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I was thinking 3.73 so we are both close. Thanks for the reply.
67 XR 7 Gray 289 auto
70 Orange / Black Vert 351 5 speed
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Ruffrider
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Re: 70 vert t5 tranny

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Well I guess we were both close. I figured 3.73. Gonna run a 3.20 gear set an see how that does
Thanks. Ralph
67 XR 7 Gray 289 auto
70 Orange / Black Vert 351 5 speed
74 International Scout II total renovation (sold) :D
78 Scout II torn down to frame getin there
97 2500 4x4 Suburban
2015 Ford 4x4 350 dually Desel
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Re: 70 vert t5 tranny

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Tremec has a nice calculator on their site where you enter your relevant car details (trans, final drive, tire dimensions) and it calculates engine RPM.
1969 Cougar convertible restomod
Ruffrider
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Re: 70 vert t5 tranny

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Thanks for the info.
Be Safe. Ralph
67 XR 7 Gray 289 auto
70 Orange / Black Vert 351 5 speed
74 International Scout II total renovation (sold) :D
78 Scout II torn down to frame getin there
97 2500 4x4 Suburban
2015 Ford 4x4 350 dually Desel
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