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Date Posted:05/08/2011 06:29:09Copy HTML

What is rear axle on MK1 50's ? Is it Rockwell? Also how is joint made between Phaser 110T and TF727 autotrans? Is there an adapter plate between engine clutch housing and trans? Or is there suitable clutch housing already bolted on engine? I would really like to see a pic of Phaser 110T and TF727



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Re:Rear axle manufacturer?Phaser 110T + TF727 how?

Date Posted:05/08/2011 02:01:58Copy HTML

Hi there, the rear axles are UK dodge / renault axles not fitted to any other vehicle as far as i know, there were 3 different types and lots of ratio's available.
ax6 fitted to 4.600kgs and 5600kgs vehicles
ax8 fitted to 6600kgs vehicles
ax9 fitted to 7500kgs vehicles

TheA727 was the main autobox fitted though later vehicles (mainly 7500kgs buses) were fitted with an alinson autobox.

The a727 is designed to bolt directly onto the flywheel housing though I am not sure of the differences between housing on the manual and auto boxs.


I will try to find some info on the alinson box for you and some pictures too but I will have to do later cos i just done a 250 mile drive.
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Re:Rear axle manufacturer?Phaser 110T + TF727 how?

Date Posted:06/08/2011 11:11:17Copy HTML

Hi,

  Then it has to be TF727 that has SAE3 flange. It has also been used in IH Scouts with Nissan SD33 diesel and also Early Cummins powered dodge RAM pickups.



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Re:Rear axle manufacturer?Phaser 110T + TF727 how?

Date Posted:08/11/2011 08:01:47Copy HTML

Chrysler Torqueflight a727    used in many Chrysler/Plymouth/Dodge Cars & Trucks in USA   & even Chrysler engined Jensen Interceptor uk GT car of the 1970`s    Should be lots of info on the box .but be surprised if they ever heard of a 50 series though !
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