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Old 12-11-2009, 11:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I've aquired some older transmissions. A 4 speed toploader, a 3 speed toploader and some other type of 4 speeds. A tranny guy said they were Dagheims, daugheims or something like that. Does anyone know the correct name? They may be from 65 Mustangs, or Falcons, or who knows. I'm trying to find out more about them. Thanks
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Pics would help.

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Dagenham of England made the 4spd for a lot of English Fords and the I6 4spd Mustang...they are pretty crappy, but the parts are hard to come by; so long as you can find someone that wants one or needs parts, you can sell them.
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Dagenham of England made the 4spd for a lot of English Fords and the I6 4spd Mustang...they are pretty crappy, but the parts are hard to come by; so long as you can find someone that wants one or needs parts, you can sell them.
Actually, they're pretty bullet proof, for the cars they were intended for, like the Cortina, Anglia, Capri, etc. The cars had motors less than 1800 cc's or so and even when modified for racing, putting out something in area of 200 hp, they still held up well. I think they were borderline for the I6 Mustang due to the torque.
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Old 12-12-2009, 08:57 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Picture of a Dagenham 4 speed at the very bottom of this page.
Pics would help though.
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Old 12-12-2009, 08:59 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Yeah, the Dagenham was pretty good, offered from 64-66, and at that time was the only way to get a fully-synchronized manual trans in a 6 cylinder. Since they were only used in fairly rare 4-speed 6 cylinder Mustangs and Falcons for only a few years, internal parts are very hard to come by. Clutches, slip yokes, speedo cables, shifters, are no problem.

Here are a few listings specific to Dagenhams from the Glazier Nolan catalog:

FOUR SPEED DAGENHAM PARTS

G06193 64-66 Dagenham front main Bearing ............................$36.25
G06431 64-66 2.77 Dagenham shift lever Seal ...........................$5.95
G06364 64-66 Dagenham countershaft Roller Bearing Set (44) $25.00
G06569 Dagenham input shaft Seal ..............................................$8.2 5
G06509 Dagenham rear tailshaft housing Oil Seal .........................$9.55
G06154 Dagenham rear tailshaft housing Oil Seal and Bushing ...........$18.95
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MANY years ago, I bought a 6 cylinder with the Dagenham attached, with shifter, everything, etc. for $75 and put it in my 1965 coupe. I later raced that coupe, legally, on the strip for several years in NHRA, with a VERY modified 6 cylinder 3 carb set up, and it's best time in the 1/4 was 13.87.

I never had any issue with the transmission.

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I've decoded the trannies and they are from 65-66 Mustangs with 170 and 200 ci engines
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