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Street Five Speed

The Richmond Street Five Speed transmission delivers the ultimate blend of

performance and economy. Utilization of four extra low gear ratios provide dramatic

improvements in acceleration, while a 1:1 fifth gear allows maintenance of original fuel economy.

 

Center Distance - 3.50 Inches
Oil Capacity - 2 US Quarts
Approximate Dry Weight - 95 Pounds
Case & Extension Housing - Aluminum
Controls - Side Lever
Mounting Specification Guide

Application

Part No.

A Dim.

B Dim.

C Dia.

D Dia.

E Dim.

F Dim.

G Spline

Ford

7041710

6.49*

1.14*

.668

4.849

24.00

3.83

1 1/8-26

Ford**

7041711

7.18

1.14

.668

4.849

24.00

4.37

1 1/16-10

GM

7021710

6.66

1.06

.590

4.683

21.57

3.22

1 1/8-26

Mopar

7031710

8.57

2.54

.748

4.807

24.00

4.28

1 3/16-18

 

* For small block engines. For big block, cut pilot (B Dim.) by .38
** '78-'83 (5.0L)

Input Sets

 

22T/37T

 

Input/Cluster

GM 1 1/8" 26 Spline

4521826 / 5551837

Ford 1 1/8" 26 Spline

4541826 / 5551837

Ford 1 1/16" 10 Spline

4541810 / 5551837

Mopar 1 3/16" 18 Spline

4531818 / 5551837

 

Transmission Ratio Selection Guide

Part No.

Description

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

Rev.

Torque

7021710-A

GM 1 1/8-26 Spline

3.28

2.13

1.57

1.24

1.00

4.79

450 FP

7031710-A

Mopar 1 3/16-18 Spine

3.28

2.13

1.57

1.24

1.00

4.79

450 FP

7041710-A

Ford 1 1/8-26 Spline

3.28

2.13

1.57

1.24

1.00

4.79

450 FP

7041711-A

Ford 1 1/16-10 Spline

3.28

2.13

1.57

1.24

1.00

4.79

450 FP

Part No. -B

 

4.06

2.22

1.57

1.24

1.00

4.79

400 FP

Part No. -C

 

4.41

2.22

1.57

1.24

1.00

4.79

373 FP

 

Replacement Parts

View # corresponds to the item # tag on the exploded view.

op: 0; margin-bottom: 0"> Shaft Reverse Idler

View #

Part No.

Description

1

1071839

1st Gear Main shaft 3.28 A Ratio

 

1071841

1st Gear Main shaft 4.06 B Ratio

 

1071842

1st Gear Main shaft 4.41 C Ratio

2

1551820

1st Gear Cluster 3.28 A Ratio

 

1551517

1st Gear Cluster 4.06 B Ratio

 

1551516

1st Gear Cluster 4.41 C Ratio

3

2371833

2nd Gear Main shaft

4

2371528

3rd Gear Main shaft

5

2471825

4th Gear Main shaft

6

2551525

2nd Gear Cluster B & C Ratio

 

2551826

2nd Gear Cluster A Ratio

7

2551830

3rd Gear Cluster

8

2551834

4th Gear Cluster

9

4521826

Input 26 Spline GM

 

4531818

Input 18 Spline Mopar

 

4541826

Input 26 Spline Ford

 

4541810

Input 10 Spline Ford 78-83

11

5271922

Rev. Idler Gear

10

5551837

5th Gear Cluster

12

6251500

Keys & Springs 5-REV

13

6291034

Keys & Springs 1-2 3-4

14

6451500

Synchro Brass 5-REV

15

1304091002

Synchro Brass 1-2 & 3-4

16

6571837

5-REV Synchro Assembly

16 Alt.

6591700

5-REV Synchro Assy-1 New Bullet Proof

17

6591510

Synchro Assembly 1-2 3-4

17 Alt.

6591600

Synchro Assy 1-2 3-4 New Bullet Proof

18

6692012

1-2 Shift Arm

19

6655034

3-4 Shift Arm

20

6691034

5-REV Shift Arm

21

6751550

Shift Fork 5-REV

22

1304096002

Shift Fork

23

6951500

Detent Kit

24

7158113

Main Case (2 Halves)

25

7221003

Extension Housing GM

 

7241003

Extension Housing Ford & Mopar

 

7252203

4WD Adapter Plate

26

7541532

Main shaft Ford & Mopar

 

7571532

Main shaft GM

 

7572203

4WD Main shaft

27

7651010

Cluster Shaft

29

7855112

Input ID Bearing

30

7855716

Center Cluster Bearing

31

7855306

Front or Rear Cluster Bearing

32

1000130010

Rear Output Bearing

33

7871030

Rev. Gear Bearing Assembly

34

7871052

2nd & 3rd Gear Bearing Assembly Not Shown

35

7871142

1st Gear Bearing Assembly Not Shown

36

7899442

4th Gear Bearing Assembly Not Shown

37

1000130010

Input Bearing

38

8051500

Small Parts Kit

39

8071400

Split Thrust Collar 4th Bearing

40

8195086

Bearing Retainer Gasket (All)

41

8225750

Input Seal, GM, Ford, Mopar

42

8251500

Case Plug Kit

43

8255132

Extension Housing Seal

44

T90A108

Shifting Arm Seals (3 req'd.) Not Shown

45

8358112

Shift Arm Bushings

46

1000127050

Extension Housing Bushing

 

8380008

Extension Housing Bushing 9/85 & Newer

47

1304110002

Speedo Gear (All)

48

8624911

Front Bearing Retainer, GM

 

8625920

Front Bearing Retainer, GM Truck

 

8635307

Front Bearing Retainer, Mopar

 

8644033

Front Bearing Retainer, Ford

 

8644035

Front Bearing Retainer, Ford 78-83

49

9055500

Fastener Kit

 

HN1000

Shifter (Long)

 

HN1002

Shifter (Long) 82-90 "F" Body

 

Exploded View

 

 

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