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Standard Transmission id plate.

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by quicker, Sep 30, 2006.

  1. quicker

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    I need to find a source for standard transmission identification.

    I am intrested in the location of serial numbers and if the id plate is missing what other forms of id are used.

    I am specifically interested in the 3-4 speed units.

    Thanks for any info.



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    Thanks for all the help.

    "u2slow" what part of BC you from?

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  5. u2slow

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    Coquitlam - easterly suburb of Vancouver.
     
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    I come from Vancouver Island, Victoria, and some of the best 4X4ing I ever did was there. I also used to live in north van but never 4X4'd in the area.

    Where do you go to let truck out to play?

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    I have nothing 'wheelable' at the moment. Usually is was Eagle Ridge - for the locality. Otherwise its Stave-eastward or north of Squamish.

    Whipsaw is still my all-time favourite. :wink1:
     

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