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Old 04-29-2013, 03:13 PM   #1
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Do I have a tr3650 or t45?

Does this look like t45 or 3650????

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Does this look like t45 or 3650????

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Well what year is the mustang and model
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Well what year is the mustang and model
99 cobra. Synchros were bad so I put a used one in it. He said he found one while he had mine out and I said put it in$ now I need a clutch and I need to know what he put in$
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You can also tell by the pivot ball cup on your shifter. The T45 cup is very thin while the 3650 has a thicker cup and shorter. I went through this already. turns out I have a T45 With an 11 inch clutch, crazy.
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You can also tell by the pivot ball cup on your shifter. The T45 cup is very thin while the 3650 has a thicker cup and shorter. I went through this already. turns out I have a T45 With an 11 inch clutch, crazy.

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No you need to unbolt those 4 bolts and take the shifter off. On the bottom of the shifter pivot rod if you have a bottle cap like part you have a T-3650, if not you have a T-45. Look here On American muscle's how to. Specifically step 7.
How To Install A Mustang Steeda Tri-Ax Shifter - Installation Instructions at AmericanMuscle.com
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