It should work if the Harley has the 4R100 and is a SuperCrew. If it is coming from a salvage yard I would change the U-joints and have it rebalanced. There is no way of telling if it was dropped or not....no it's a 2wd supercrew...oculdnt i use a harley driveshaft?
Did you ever get the answers you need?my tranny is starting to slip in my 01 screw, and i was wondering if the 4r100 is a direct swap ?? because i know the lightning and HD trucks had them.
I have helped a couple of customers swap a 4x4 truck, it certainly can be done. It requires a different Crossmember, Shifter Cable and Bracket, a suitable PCM, shorter/longer driveshafts and minor exhaust mods.Im considering this swap to my 01' expedition 4wd. Anyone get it done??
Not to beat you up on this but you have a 3400 lb Apple and most of these guys have 45-5500 lb Oranges. I must also ask, what torque are you feeding through yours? Fully built ($$$) they hold up OK up to 600 ft/lbs then the trouble starts. Remember, the 4R75W is rated at a pretty wimpy 375 ft/lbs.I've been running 4r70w's for over 14 years and have yet to understand why anyone would do this swap,what a waste...
Ah, sorry, I thought you were referring to the cars in your sig. Still, what torque level are you at?My 94 f150 weighs a helluva lot more than 3400lbs....and so does my supercrew f150 with over 204,000 on the original 4r70w...
In need of help in a bad way. I have done my swap from 4R70 to a 4R100. All adaptations complete. My question is with the trans wiring harness plug. Is there an available diagram to show what pins are needed to operate shift solenoids on the 4R100 that the 4R70 did not. I have no motion and and crossing fingers it's not a problem with TVOne of the wire harnesses to the tranny is different. Your 4R70W uses a 10 pin connector (#183) with three slots not used to control the shift solenoids. The 4R100 uses a 12 pin connector (#193) with three slots not used to control the solenoids.
Both use the following common circuits; 1138 Vehicle power, 359 Sensor return, 480 TTC control solenoid, 923 TFT, 925 EPC solenoid, 237 SSA, 315 SSB. The 4R100 also has the following two extra circuits that the 4R70W doesn't have. An extra 1138 Vehicle power and 924 Coast Clutch Solenoid. The 4R100 also uses a turbine shaft speed sensor and the 4R70W doesn't. As far as bolting up the 4R100 will bolt up.