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razimm Rudy Zimmermann
Orange, CT, USA   USA
What is the difference between the XK120, 140 & 150 transmissions. I want to install one in my XK140DHC which currently has a non-original automatic. Will a 120 or 150 transmission fit?
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140JAG Silver Member Bob Hardison
Huntsville, Alabama, USA   USA
1956 Jaguar XK140 "Old Red"
1961 Jaguar Mark 2 "White Mark 2"
1965 Jaguar Mark 2 "Old Blue"
1969 Jaguar E-Type Convertible
I have a 150 tranmission in my 140, and it is a perfect interchange (using the 140 mechanical clutch/bellhousing). I 'believe' the 120 box requires some kind of support at the rear that the 140 or 150 boxes do not need.

kirks-auto Platinum Member Robert Kirk
Davenport, Iowa, USA   USA
I believe all are Moss gear boxes up through the 4.2 E type. Early 120 differ and several with OD differ.
This may help:

http://www.jag-lovers.org/xk-lovers/library/gearbox_reilly/moss_gearbox_identification.html



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