At one time, I seem to remember PATC selling a cable that you could "build"-which was useful for adapting between different makes. There was also an adapter that would go into the GM trans and adapt your Ford cable to, but I cant remember where I saw them.
Ideally, to be able to use the VSS, you'll want an adapter. The adapters USED to be found at PATC (http://www.transmissioncenter.net). IIRC, part number 6800. I did not see it listed on their site and my memory is not good, so it may be best to call them directly.
Good luck-and if you find something that works, please post it here as others have asked me about doing the same thing.
If your glide has a stock gearset, it will work with the adapter. I had it years ago set up like that. If it has aftermarket gearset, the speedo cable will not work. I have the 96-04 spindles on my fox with the abs ring, I used the abs sensor to read mph, this setup only works with a aftermarket ecu.
Why not just eliminate all that headache/fabrication & go with a GPS speedometer? That way,you can run any gear/trans/tire size you want...and they're on Amazon,etc for < $50. Of course Auto Meter makes one that is like $325:surprise:. This is what I'll be doing on my next build
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