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I did not find any topics like this on any forums, so here goes.  Can anyone help me find out when NP 420's were used in the C1-C8-116 Dodge trucks?

I have started rebuilding the 54 Dodge I have had since 1955.  Most of the parts are hard to find but I am getting there but the transmission looks like it will stop me in my tracks.

I want to keep it as original as I can, so I would like to keep the NP420, which is the transmission that I think is in it now.

Any help on where I can get parts for it; bearings, seals, gaskets?  All the gears and shafts seem to be ok.

I have had the truck for 66 years and maintained it fairly well and overhauled the engine myself about 30 years ago.  Never touched the trans.  The trans shop I recently took it to has it in pieces and says they can't find parts for it.

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52 minutes ago, 54Dodgeguy said:

I did not find any topics like this on any forums, so here goes.  Can anyone help me find out when NP 420's were used in the C1-C8-116 Dodge trucks?

I have started rebuilding the 54 Dodge I have had since 1955.  Most of the parts are hard to find but I am getting there but the transmission looks like it will stop me in my tracks.

I want to keep it as original as I can, so I would like to keep the NP420, which is the transmission that I think is in it now.

Any help on where I can get parts for it; bearings, seals, gaskets?  All the gears and shafts seem to be ok.

I have had the truck for 66 years and maintained it fairly well and overhauled the engine myself about 30 years ago.  Never touched the trans.  The trans shop I recently took it to has it in pieces and says they can't find parts for it.

Have you asked this on the Pilothouse Truck side of the Forum?.....Welcome aboard from Oztralia............andyd

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Check out www.vintagepowerwagons.com   Go to 'Shopping' and choose 'Online Parts Catalog'.  Click on Group 7 Transmissions.   Scroll to p. 46 for exploded view and individual parts are on p. 47-49.  If you call them...1-641-472-4665...talk to Jenns.

 

Dick Hultman

Pittsburgh, PA

46 WC and 57 FFPW

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