please help me identify my gearbox

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Greetings,
I bought this gearbox from a local scrapyard along with the whole drivetrain, I need help to identify what gearbox and transfer case this is.
Here is what i know.
It was mated to a Toyota 2h engine.
Looking forward to some help regards
-nikunj
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Thought it was just the B series motor that required a longer in put shaft? But I have no experience so hopefully someone more knowledgeable will add their data.
 
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If reverse is to the left and down it’s a 4 speed. If reverse is to the right and down it’s a 5 speed
 

Onur

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It may be but be aware that the H55 has different part numbers for the 2H application and for the 2F, 12HT's. Different input shafts IIRC.
Close.

2F/3F-E/2H/12H-T will all use the same input shaft. Bellhousings will be different but the transmissions will be direct bolt ins.

As stated below, the B motor iterations have a different input shaft specific to those engines only.

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6o Series H55F 5 speed to suit a 2F / 2H etc.....Did you also get the gearbox cross member I can see in the back ground?
 
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6o Series H55F 5 speed to suit a 2F / 2H etc.....Did you also get the gearbox cross member I can see in the back ground?
YES I did get the gearbox cross member, I also got everything on the car except the body, interior trim, seats and chassis.
 
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