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Help identifying transmission
#1338100 Tue Dec 17 2019 05:45 PM
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I’m looking at a trans online and need help identifying it. Pic is below and numbers according to the seller are: 590511, 5047 GM5.

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Re: Help identifying transmission
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30-40s up toTwo ton gear box, Does it have a bowtie in the casting?

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sstock #1338103 Tue Dec 17 2019 06:02 PM
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Not sure, this is the only pic I have. I’m waiting on the seller to send more pics.

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Tony292 #1338163 Wed Dec 18 2019 12:04 AM
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That transmission was used up to 1947.
That one has the open drive yoke, so it would be from a big truck.


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Re: Help identifying transmission
Tony292 #1338198 Wed Dec 18 2019 03:12 AM
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Have the seller take the top off and send you a picture of the gears inside...without the shifter it's open to the elements and critters.

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Mike B #1338330 Thu Dec 19 2019 10:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Mike B
Have the seller take the top off and send you a picture of the gears inside...without the shifter it's open to the elements and critters.

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I noticed that as well. Even with the shifter on open to the environment, those transmissions will fill with water rendering the transmission to scrap.


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