I tried to give them a few Bronco Brochures; 89, 95, 96, but Rusty told me they were accepting only those up to and including 1987. They later posted this on the site;
"We post brochures and manuals for all North American, Canadian only, and Australian vehicles and small trucks up to and including 1987..."
Sneal can try anyway.
96 XL 5.0 E4OD, Man Xfer/Hubs
USN & DoD Planner (ret) THANKS to ALL WHO SERVE!
my broncolinks.com was "disturbed"; but some sections are archived @ [url]http://web.archive.org/web/20121009110424/http://www.broncolinks.com/index.php
select a LINK, Right Click & Hit Properties; copy the second HTTP address; paste in a new browser window or Tab to see original page
Bronco Info: also a white96-302/E4OD and a 1993 F150 SC XLT 2WD 351/E4OD
Interesting that the brochure mentions a heavy-duty 5-speed manual in at least three places, specifically referencing a creeper 5.72 first gear and calling it an M5OD-HD - sure sounds like a ZF! The chart on page 13 showed it only being offered with the 300 motor, though. I'd always read that they never offered a ZF in a Bronco, so I wonder if any ever left the factory that way or if the marketing guys just fubared that.
Bronco Info: '83 VIN & title on '93 frame/body w/'95 4.9L & EB paint
Yes, Ford called the ZF the M5OD-HD. It probably wasn't offered in Broncos, but much of that brochure was probably copied from the F brochure. Go to the Tech Writeups forum, look in the ZF Rebuild thread (near the top), and follow the link to the ZF PDF that I posted there for a list of applications.