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post #81 of 276 (permalink) Old 12-08-2006, 08:28 AM
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Hey y'all im kinda ne around here, I got a 82 F250 with a 466/ c6 (busted) but i got a problem i miss my np435 from the original 300 it had in it, But i cant find a bell housing anywhere that will bolt up any ideas on where else to look?... Now i built this truck from the ground up you could say its been a life long project
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Hey y'all im kinda ne around here, I got a 82 F250 with a 466/ c6 (busted) but i got a problem i miss my np435 from the original 300 it had in it, But i cant find a bell housing anywhere that will bolt up any ideas on where else to look?... Now i built this truck from the ground up you could say its been a life long project
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Nice job Adrian...I just added your info to my hardcopy notebook. I really get tired of digging through the chiltons and Haynes and still wondering.

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ANYONE EVER USE THE B&M SHIFT IMPROVER KIT THAT WIRES TO YOUR MODULE, IT HAS A BUTTON THAT ALLOWS YOU TO SHIFT FROM FIRM TO HARD OR OFF???

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Question Help reading trans chart

This is my 1st post so please forgive me if I mess up. I read the chart at the beginning of the thread and i'm not sure if I'm reading corrrectly. On the
e4od list it lists years 89-99 and engines 5.0 to diesels, Does this mean the same transmission is compatible in all those combinations? Or, we're different variations of the transmission made for them?

Would a e40d from a 1995 F-250 w/Diesel power install on my 1990 5.8L EB w/e4od? Where the electrical connections the same?
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no, different bellhousings. The diesel has beefier internals also I would think.
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Thanks Pud; I went back to the list and finally realized what the {} marks meant. I'm still no sure on which years are compatible. In quite a few posts that I've read, the years 89-92 are grouped together as are 93-95 while 96 is by itself. Is this because the major upgrades were done between 92 and 93, and again beween 95 and 96? Or, did they change something else like say the electrical connector?

If I find a low mileage 95 or 96 Bronco or F250 with the same engine and trans as my 90 Bronco, will it fit without any modifcations?
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How do you identify transfer cases?
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Wheres the t-case info?

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Wheres the t-case info?
You didn't write it yet?

I don't know the transfer cases as well as the trannys, shoot, still tweakin' the info for the sticks. Anyone is welcome to put together something for transfer cases and I'll edit right into the first page.

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I started working on that (tcase info) but havent finished it yet.
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What tranny would fit?

I have a 1989 full size Bronco, with a 351W. It currently has a C6. Is it possible to swap to a tranny with a overdrive? And is so, which one?

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I have a 1989 full size Bronco, with a 351W. It currently has a C6. Is it possible to swap to a tranny with a overdrive? And is so, which one?

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The AOD would be the easiest. You would need a flexplate out of a Crown Vic with a 351W. There are a couple of threads on here if you search AOD 351W.

Edit: This is a good place to start 351w to AOD flexplate?

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Here's one I haven't seen asked yet. I am looking at buying a Bronco...probably a 91 or newer. I am only finding automatics, but would prefer a stick for performance and gas mileage. Would I be messing up the computer or anything by putting a ZF 5-speed inplace of the auto in it? Can anyone say if the gas mileage would be much better with the manual?
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For city stop and go driving a stick gets the better mileage. Search ZF swap

E4OD to ZF-5 Swap

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1989 5spd no reverse

My dad's 89 bronco 302 5spd will not go into reverse or 5th gears. Grinds when trying to go into reverse but no grinding when trying to go into 5th. Any idea what this could be
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My dad's 89 bronco 302 5spd will not go into reverse or 5th gears. Grinds when trying to go into reverse but no grinding when trying to go into 5th. Any idea what this could be
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Not trying to be an ass but I'd start a new thread. this one is just for info. you'll get more replies in your own thread.


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Question...what tranny did ford use for their "three on the tree" manuals? Just didn't see it mention. I saw one in the junkyard this weekend that had been converted to a floor shift, and it got me thinking about it.

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I started working on that (tcase info) but havent finished it yet.
Cool man!, just get it to me when done and i'll throw it right on the first page.

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Question...what tranny did ford use for their "three on the tree" manuals? Just didn't see it mention. I saw one in the junkyard this weekend that had been converted to a floor shift, and it got me thinking about it.
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