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  This topic is about my 1972 MG Midget MkIII
Vincent Van Aelst Avatar
red bluff, CA, USA   USA
1966 MG MGB MkII
1972 MG MGB MkIII "The Wifes Mgb"
1972 MG Midget MkIII "2.0 MIDGET"
1977 MG Midget 1500 "Gidget"    & more
Hello folks, I recently transplanted a 72/73 ford 2.0 in my midget, my question is what style or name is the 4 speed transmission attached to the 72/73 cortinas with the 2.0? I need this info so I can find a 27 spline slip yoke. thank you!! vinnie

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Michael Rogers Avatar
Arroyo Grande, CA, USA   USA
NO problem: EnFord has used the same pattern for decades, you want to avoid the first ones with wide ratios and non syncro firsts Otherwise it's a matter of which ratio you want, I have the five speed from a mustang/pinto 4 cyl, there is also a type nine from European cars, 1957 cortys had a nice close ratio box with 2:97 first it's the best after Fords racing boxes. Needless to say they're hard to find in that every racer wants them the 64-68 corty has a durable box with less than optimal ratios, the Pinto station wagon had a great box if there's one left in the universe. I can dig around in my pile if you need any EnFord bits, I'm on the left coast centre.
DolphinPorsche@cs.com

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