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Old 02-05-2008, 01:25 PM
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Hi. Im hotrodding a 95 Ford pickup with a built 460. I was wondering if the original 4 speed od will bolt on or not? If not what other transmitions could I use other than the c6? Please help!

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No, the AOD has a SBF pattern.

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For big-block or heavy-duty applications, you may wish to convert to the E4OD transmission. You will need a C-6 type flex-plate for your engine application and a transmission with the correct case style (small-block, big-block, or diesel). The drive shaft will probably require shortening and cross member and shift linkage modifications will be necessary, as described for the AOD. As with the AOD-E/4R70W, either a Ford EEC system or the Baumannator TCS™ Electronic Transmission Control System will be required to operate the transmission
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I may be wrong Gary, but I think he was asking about the 3+OD that the top loader evolved into. You can make it fit, if you are talking about the top loader replacement, however it would probably only last a short time under the torque load. If it's the AOD, read Gary's post

I see he mentioned the C6, so it probably is the AOD..never mind.
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The E4OD was a morph update of the C6, they reused a substantial amount of components and designs, as well as manufacturing equipment.
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No, the AOD has a SBF pattern.



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Thanks,but I did mean the standard trans,sorry.
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I may be wrong Gary, but I think he was asking about the 3+OD that the top loader evolved into. You can make it fit, if you are talking about the top loader replacement, however it would probably only last a short time under the torque load. If it's the AOD, read Gary's post

I see he mentioned the C6, so it probably is the AOD..never mind.
Thanks! you were right I had meant the3+od. I really appreciate the Information.

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The E4OD was a morph update of the C6, they reused a substantial amount of components and designs, as well as manufacturing equipment.
Thanks for the information,now I have a few choices.

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