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Old August 26th, 2013, 08:16 AM   #1
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Default Manual T-Case for AOD Trans

Picked up a 5.0/AOD last week and it came with an electric shift tcase. What are my options for manual shift behind the AOD? It is out of a 93 f-150.

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Picked up a 5.0/AOD last week and it came with an electric shift tcase. What are my options for manual shift behind the AOD? It is out of a 93 f-150.

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Ford kept the same bolt pattern for alot of tcases. you can do a 205 with some fab work to the extension housing or you can put a NP 208 or the BW 1345/1356 (I think thats the correct #) are direct bolt ins.
I have a (2) 208 man shift one has slip yoke the other is a fixed yoke, I will sell either one $125 each
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Sweet! I've got a 1354 here and didnt even think about it.
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The BW 1354 is from a ranger/explorer. I do not think it will fit.

Trailrail mentioned a 1345, not 1354.
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Whoops, misread that. Just realized i've got a 1356 sitting here.. Looks like I'm using that!
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bw4406 is a good option as well.
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all of the full size t cases are the same bolt pattern. IMO the NP205 is the best option, but if you already have a 1356 there's no reason not to use it
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