1961 Ford Truck Bell Housings

Tiny
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I have two bell housings that I need to know what they go to. I believe they are for a 1950s something Ford truck. The number on them is TBAA 7505 A.

Would you please advise.

I contacted Ford directly and they suggested I contact you.

Thank you.
Janice Anglin
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Tuesday, October 6th, 2015 AT 2:13 PM

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Tiny
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Unless you could find an engine that the bell housing matches to I don't think anyone here could give you an answer. Maybe try checking that number online. Ifound this

Originally Posted by R2studios View Post
Hey Bill (Numberdummy) I am new here and am looking for a bell housing for my 64 f100 223. I am trying to change the 3 speed to a 4 speed. I need a TBAA-7505-A

I have also seen a post here calling out a TCAK-7505-B / I am in the Los Angeles area (Burbank). Do you know which one is best and know of a parts house or salvage yard where I can find one of these? Thanks!
Ah yes, beautiful downtown Burbank, home of Autobooks/Aerobooks on Magnolia.

The numbers you posted are for 1954/57's, 1958/64's use a different bellhousing.

B8Y-7505-B. 223 Bellhousing / Obsolete ONE available NOS

1958/64 F100/600 with T-98 4 Speed / 1958/64 F350 with T-87 3 Speed.

1961/64 C/F500/600 262 T-98 4 Speed.
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Bill / Retired Ford Parts Manager / SoCal Chapter Member / Part number research: 1928/2001 trucks & 1928/89 passenger cars.

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Tuesday, October 6th, 2015 AT 3:28 PM
Tiny
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I also had already found the post that you shared and it got me nowhere.

I do not have the engine these go in or any engine related. I just have these two bell housings. I have been to Ford Motor Company directly and they sent me to you people. Someone out there MUST know what engine and related vehicle - bell housings with this number TBAA-7505-A should go to.

If no one truly knows, would you be able to suggest another company that might be able to assist with this issue?

Please advise.

Thank you.
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Thursday, October 8th, 2015 AT 6:32 AM
Tiny
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Unfortunately we can only answer so much, I've been a mechanic for 50 yrs so what you gave is really a casting number not an actual part number. On cases like these it more like you going on internet and checking around. I have to believe what I posted is pretty correct. If you are trying to sell them just take a couple of pics and put on ebay because motors from the 50's with ford are either a flathead, the y block 272-312 c.I. Or later ones that were the fe block332-352-390 and some merc. You might try getting a copy of hemmings motor news and go through ford parts or try to find someone other than the reply I sent on that forum. That is about the only thing I can suggest at the moment. I personally have a bunch of chevy info but it only goes back to 1960 and desls mostly with rpo's/engine castings etc.
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