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I looked in the FAQs and it says the 1352-199 is. I have a metal tag hanging off one bolt that says 1352-199. But there are numbers on the body (13-52-065-908 and shifter box area (13-52-066-939).

It'd be easy to hang a tag on it and say it was a world class. Do the numbers one the case and shifter area say otherwise?
 

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Those cast-in numbers are just that, casting numbers. They mean nothing as to what the trans is.

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Steve,
The T-5Z has a 2.95 first gear. The term "World Class" has nothing to do with gear ratios. Check out www.5speeds.com , click on T-5 5 speeds on the side bar to get a history of the T-5 trans.

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I took this from a 1999 article in Super Ford mag...

" While all T5 transmissions have "XXX" as the last three digits of the ID number, the middle three digits "000" identify World-Class and Non-World_Class transmissions. The World-Class trannies (1352-000-XXX) will be one of the following: 114-116; 126; 134; 141; 155; 162; 165; 167-169; 174-177; 184; 194-200; 202-205; or 207. The middle three digits of the Non-World-Class trannies (1352-000-XXX) will be any other sequence. Note that this ID is for trannies up to '92. Any digits higher than 208 indicate trannies built after '92. "
 
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