Join Date: May 2007
Bronco Info: 95 XL 302-M5R2-1356-3L55-32's and 96 XL 351-E4OD-1356-4L10-33's
There are probably a billion things you could have the trans shop do to the transmission, but alas, this post is about things you need for the swap, so I'll keep it there.
As far as the shift linkage, and if I'm not mistaken, the AOD saw use in the F-150 as far back as 1980. I don't ever recall seeing one in a truck that old, but this should help you expand your search and help you dig one up.
As far as the "bellcrank", I assume you're referring to the transmission crossmember. Not sure if it can be re-located or if the shape is correct--I'd at least give it a shot.
Regarding the driveshaft, there are many Bronco's that came with an AOD. You can either find one at the yard, or can order one, but the F-150 driveshaft will NOT work--you're stuck looking for one that came from a Bronco. You'll need the one that's 35 1/2" long.
For the shift linkage, you can likely find either a Bronco or F-150 at the yard and pull the necessary components. It's probably much less work to just swap the entire column.