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7.3 trans on a 7.5

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Post  Kobelco October 3rd 2022, 11:53 am

Hello, I have read that a 7.3 trans will bolt to a 7.5-460 by drilling a bell housing bolt hole. This is a ZF5 I am looking at, can someone that has done this share all the details?

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Post  supervel45 October 7th 2022, 2:16 pm

Kobelco wrote:Hello, I have read that a 7.3 trans will bolt to a 7.5-460 by drilling a bell housing bolt hole. This is a ZF5 I am looking at, can someone that has done this share all the details?


Have not done it. Don't think I'd want to either.

Here's a picture of one that has been claimed to have been done. Looks like more then one hole.

Post #9

https://www.oilburners.net/threads/compatability-of-zf-gas-460-trans-with-idi.34788/


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Post  supervel45 October 7th 2022, 3:05 pm

Just so it does not get lost, I am going to stick this here. It's a ZF 5 Speed Service Manual.

If you switch Flywheels be careful of late model External Balance units. Looks like input shafts vary in size. Have fun.

ZF 42/47 Comprehensive Service Manual.

http://www.vaglinks.com/Docs/Catalogues/ZF.com_S5-42_47__47M_Service_manual_.pdf

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