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1992 Bronco XLT 302, E4OD
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Hi everyone, first time posting.

I'm saving a 1992 Bronco that was bound for the junk yard. Doing all of the work myself. Replaced E4OD myself with a junk yard trans. Swapped out the timing chain for a cloyes double roller. New OEM water pump. New timing cover. New melling oil pump, pickup, fel pro oil pan gasket.

In the process of rebuilding the BW1356. It's rebuilt and sealed but I'm having trouble finding the speedometer gear retaining clip that goes inside the tail housing. Keeping my eyes on ebay and local junk yards for a 1356 that's being parted out. Really my last piece before she's drivable (I think).
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82 XLT Lariat 351w, Edelbrock 1406 4bbl ,C6 auto, auto locking hubs ,33x10.5x15
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Nice. Welcome to the forum...fyi in a pinch I've heard some driving/nav apps will do the speedometer for ya
 

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1992 Bronco XLT 302, E4OD
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Nice. Welcome to the forum...fyi in a pinch I've heard some driving/nav apps will do the speedometer for ya
Thanks! I appreciate the welcome!

I've hesitated to mount the transfer case until I get that clip because I'm not sure how the auto trans will shift without it. Any input?

I've got my fingers crossed someone on here would be willing to sell one but I don't think I can post on the wanted ads yet.
 

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Yo drorosas,
Welcome to our Big Bronco DIY Community and thanks for rescuing your 92!

Here's the 1992 Bronco Dealer Brochure @ http://www.auto-brochures.com/makes/Ford/Bronco/Ford_US Bronco_1992.pdf

Haynes Red Manual for 80-95 Bronco & F Series @ Hanes guide 80-96 bko f series.pdf via BroncMom

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1981 Bronco, 4.9L, ZF5, NP208, Detroit Truetracs, 3.55 gears, 31" Wranglers front and rear
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Welcome to FSB and congrats on the 92! Thanks for savin' her, she's way too nice to be junked.
 
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'88 XLT. 2" lift, 3G, Saginaw Pump, Headers, High flow 3" cat, 3" exhaust, 6 litre tune, K&N
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Replace your rear main seal, while you can.

Those one piece Fel-pro oil pan seals are the way to go and worth the price since they are self aligning with the clips they come with. Best way to prevent having to do that horrible job again.
 
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