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Buschwacker

Can you tell me what's the difference?

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ID: 1   Posted

So we pulled one out of my car and bought the other one and now we can't remember What is what due to being stored for years. Any help would be appreciated thanks. 20170701_123854.jpeg20170701_123906.jpeg

 

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ID: 3   Posted

Vagueness leads to more vagueness...  But it's fun for us.  Welcome to the club!

The answer is - one still has the crossmember attached.

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ID: 4   Posted

What kind of car is it going in to?

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ID: 5   Posted

Judging by the sheen of the fluid I'd guess the first pictured one is the oldest and has been in storage longest.  Watson?

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ID: 6   Posted

The second one (no cross-member) looks like your standard Z transmission.  I do not recognize the first one.  The bolts on the top near the shifter are unfamiliar to me.

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ID: 7   Posted

Motorman, all those 240Z's and it's unfamiliar?

Buschwacker, just having fun.  But you have to share more.  Otherwise, it's work.

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ID: 8   Posted

3 minutes ago, Zed Head said:

Motorman, all those 240Z's and it's unfamiliar?

All mine are 72 and older, all 4-speeds.  I don't have a large enough sample set :P

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ID: 9   Posted

Top tranny is a F4W71B 4 spedd and the lower is a FS5W71B 5 speed. Can't really tell if the FS5W71B came from a 280Z, 280ZX 2+2 or the later close ratio versions from the 280ZX NA coupe.

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ID: 10   Posted

C'mon Euro, you gave in!  Now we're just a service, like Google.

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ID: 11   Posted

Couldn't help it, I was bored during the commercials.....

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ID: 12   Posted

1 hour ago, motorman7 said:

I don't have a large enough sample set :P

but you're working on that! LOL

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ID: 13   Posted

Thanks for all the help guys. I really appreciate it.

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ID: 14   Posted (edited)

My discerning abilities are incredible...

Edited by Zed Head

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