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No 1354's had slip yokes. If they have that, they're 1350's. They are a bit weaker, and they can't be changed with any standard parts.
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too slow again John
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'Cause I'm old -- just ask Gil, lol...
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i found two, one has a slip yoke front output. I forget if you can change that or not...

Ithink im going to get another 1350 and start thinking about a tripler too!

anyways, I had a bad JayWhy day (even with my CO2 tank and air tools!), I am going back again this week, but this time im bringing my torch.

there were numerous explorers I didnt even check, so its actually a really good possibility that I can find more.

I need to start pulling all the "hard to find" sh*t and stockpiling it to sell. my junkyard is absolutely amazing!!

how much are we talking?
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how much are we talking?
I don t know, I havent pulled one to buy, one was loose though. I will buy mine and let you know. I have to go back sometime this week.
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No 1354's had slip yokes. If they have that, they're 1350's. They are a bit weaker, and they can't be changed with any standard parts.
right on, Ihad it in my mind that some 1354s had slip fronts. I think its probably that I didnt equate that the early rangers had 1350s...
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What gen explorers are you looking in? Im pretty sure only first Gen Explorers had manual 1354's as an option.
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I didnt go in knowing what exact years to look at, I just peeked for floor shifters and went through the line...

When I go back I will have a better idea what years to look at...
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I think it was 91-94 Explorer's had manual 1354's available.
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I think it was 91-94 Explorer's had manual 1354's available.
Yup those are the Gen 1 Explorer's....In a nut shell, any Explorer with the square front end!
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Maurice find anything out?
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I am waiting on the email back about it. As soon as I get something on it, I will give you a ring.

I know for certain it is a BW1354 with a shifter assembly. He said $225 shipped to your door. I am susposed to get pictures this afternoon of it.

I will give you a call later!
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Sounds good. Just wondering. If you need me to send money let me know where So I can get that rolling soon.

Thanks!
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I think it was 91-94 Explorer's had manual 1354's available.
well if youre goin to do all my foot work for me ( ) what years rangers and broncoIIs?
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well if youre goin to do all my foot work for me ( ) what years rangers and broncoIIs?
the BW1354 was never offered in Bronco II's. Rangers they could have came in any year from '91+.
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