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WTB Borg Warner Overdrive Housing

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R10B-1R

or

R10B-1G

I need a housing but a complete unit will work

A shop in Washington State cracked my housing at the shift pin. We welded it but it's dripping. Need another. Please help 

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Lloyd Young installs the Borg-Warner R10 OD units in enclosed drivelines. He might sell you what you need, you could call him and ask.    Ph# 614 837 7832    He`s located in Ohio.  Tom

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I have one that has a bolt on adapter done   by White Post years ago for addition to a classic era car.

It has the casting number RIob-11 but none of the others as yours has. Any interest and I can bring it to the Hershey lea Market.

Can also send more pictures.

John Kelso

McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania

717-485-4344

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Thank for the reply. Unfortunately it has to be one of the two part numbers listed.

thx. Joe

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I don't know what the original application for this overdrive was, someone more familiar with post war  cars probably does.

As I mentioned the front, from the aluminum was added so it could be installed in a Classic era car, early 30's. This has been around

my shop since the 80's and since I was pretty heavy into Auburn's and a few Cadillac's then it may suit that application don't remember.

I'd like to think it was worth $500.

 

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I probably could have made that a little clearer, I was wondering what the original poster's overdrive was out of, I've got a stack of them and don't really want to dig into it if his out of something I know I don't have.

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Thanks for the inquiry. I don't know what the original application was. In my travels I've been told its a 41 Studebaker OD., or a Nash Rambler. Someone else said its from a T86 tranny. I engineered it into the middle of my 1935 Chevy torque tube. So all I have is the markings on the case. 

I appreciate any effort in helping me locate one.

thx Joe

 

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On September 19, 2017 at 12:20 AM, STUDE48 said:

I have some housing i will check sunday if i have the one you seek

Any luck in finding one?

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