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Old 07-10-2006, 02:10 AM
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460 Aod?

I'm working on a '76 Lincoln twn cpe with a 460. I want to install an aod if possible. I was told that a 400m bellhousing would work. I also found an aod out of an F-250 (91) will they work together or do I need other parts to complete the swap? Any help will be appreciated.

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The AOD has an intergral bell/main case. You will need an adaptor kit to put them together;

-ONE SHOWN HERE-



The 400 (there is no 400M) bell will go against a 460.
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I'm working on a '76 Lincoln twn cpe with a 460. I want to install an aod if possible. I was told that a 400m bellhousing would work. I also found an aod out of an F-250 (91) will they work together or do I need other parts to complete the swap? Any help will be appreciated.
I should have been more specific. I know there is no 400m it's a 351 m-400. There is supposed to be an aode trans that I'm told has a seperate bell and trans. That is the trans with the 400 bellhousing that I'm looking to use.If I'm incorrect about this I have been misinformed.Thanks again for any info supplied.
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I should have been more specific. I know there is no 400m it's a 351 m-400.
Sorry here too. I didn't mean to yell. I have a sore spot with 400M.

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There is supposed to be an aode trans that I'm told has a seperate bell and trans. That is the trans with the 400 bellhousing that I'm looking to use.If I'm incorrect about this I have been misinformed.Thanks again for any info supplied.


The only thing I am familiar with regarding this engine/bell housing swap is puttind a modified C4 behind a 385 for heads-up drags.

I can't think of any OD (maybe CHEV) that would work.

CLICK on ONE SHOWN HERE on the above post and it takes you to BENDSTENS TRANSMISSION ADAPTORS. Maybe he has the method you are looking for with a 7R400...
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...sheesh...

-BENDSTENS TRANSMISSION ADAPTORS-

...i'll be ok once the medication sets in...
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Isn't there an AOD for a 460 pickup? My son's 94 F-250 was an AOD.

The term 400 M is being used for clarification purposes since the advent of the 400 W and 400 C strokers.

We will learn to accept the change...... eventually.

I guess we could start calling them all the "402s" as well. (But that would blow the brand C minds.)

Sort of like the last 6 years of hot rodding writers using the verb "install" as a noun replacing the correct useage "installation". Butchering the language. I have never seen this anywhere but in the "hot rod" magazines.

example: "The install went well". "We had problems with the install."


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Trying To Give Out The Correct Information

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Isn't there an AOD for a 460 pickup? My son's 94 F-250 was an AOD.
That was the AOD-E

Correction; E4OD for the 460

-AOD/AOD-E/E4OD Clarification On Use-

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The term 400 M is being used for clarification purposes since the advent of the 400 W and 400 C strokers.

We will learn to accept the change...... eventually.
Wrong. FORD did not design strokers. A 400 is a 400...period. Besides, how would you know the stroker came from a 351M or 400?

It is written in THE FOMOCO HOLY SCRIPT...

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That was the AOD-E

Correction; E4OD for the 460

-AOD/AOD-E/E4OD Clarification On Use-



Wrong. FORD did not design strokers. A 400 is a 400...period. Besides, how would you know the stroker came from a 351M or 400?

It is written in THE FOMOCO HOLY SCRIPT...


Putting a 351M crank in a W or a C wouldn't make it a 402 cubes, would it?

Technically all Ford 351s are actually 352 cubes. The Ford 400 is technically 402 cubes, etc.

I am only referring to the terminology used throughout the hot rodding industry. Such as 383 Chevy, 377 Chevy, 427 SBC, 342-347 Ford, 327-331 Ford, Ford 351 Street Boss/Track Boss (M/C heads), etc.,

so maybe the terminology of block designation has some validity.... 400W, 400C (heads), 400M.

I can live with it.
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Sort of like the last 6 years of hot rodding writers using the verb "install" as a noun replacing the correct useage "installation". Butchering the language. I have never seen this anywhere but in the "hot rod" magazines.

example: "The install went well". "We had problems with the install."


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I hav no idee wat yoo meen by dat. I dun lernt to reed bye reedin hot rod magazeens an the install of nollug in mi hed wuz no problun.




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so maybe the terminology of block designation has some validity.... 400W, 400C (heads), 400M.

I can live with it.
What this creates (and it is akin to IDIOBIONICS) is create confusion among people while attempting to discuss engine technology.

It's OK for the adolescents, but I prefer to know exactly what someone is trying to convey to me.

There is a 351W...351C...351M. The differentiations are there for a reason, mainly to distinguish one engine family/design from another.

It is like saying the FE is the same as a MEL.
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What this creates (and it is akin to IDIOBIONICS) is create confusion among people while attempting to discuss engine technology.

It's OK for the adolescents, but I prefer to know exactly what someone is trying to convey to me.

There is a 351W...351C...351M. The differentiations are there for a reason, mainly to distinguish one engine family/design from another.

It is like saying the FE is the same as a MEL.

Hay Duke,
I m un yur sid uh huh
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When I hear someone say 400W or 408W, I know he has a W with a 400 crank.
I just mean that I understand it.
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Hay Duke,

I m un yur sid uh huh

When I hear someone say 400W or 408W, I know he has a W with a 400 crank.

I just mean that I understand it.
That's because you are still young and not an old grouchy fart like myself...
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That's because you are still young and not an old grouchy fart like myself...
Thanks, LOL, we're the same age. You OLD FART.
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