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Old 02-13-2009
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Were you posting just a generic stak picture or do you actually want the B-box?

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I got my doubler all back together. I need to get some ATF then I can actually put it on the truck.
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Were you posting just a generic stak picture or do you actually want the B-box?
the B-box is the same as the 3 speed they have, except its built for narrower frames. I wouldnt know without calling them but I would venture to guess the standard 3 speed is pretty wide.

but yeah i want one, ill get one eventually.
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the B-box is the same as the 3 speed they have, except its built for narrower frames. I wouldnt know without calling them but I would venture to guess the standard 3 speed is pretty wide.

but yeah i want one, ill get one eventually.
They most likely make one that fits up with your 5.4 combo......
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direct bolt up to a e4od and a 4r100... a spacer maybe required.

Already looked it up. I should just forget the BW1356...
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direct bolt up to a e4od and a 4r100... a spacer maybe required.

Already looked it up. I should just forget the BW1356...

Yes you should, Stak all the way.
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All back together.

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looking good

so, I'm assuming this isn't going to work with your stock fuel tank?
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looks good! have any pictures from the other side?
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looks good! have any pictures from the other side?


This is before I took it apart but it looks the same still from this side.

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