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4R70W behind 351W in pickup???

Was that combo ever produced?

Would have been 94 up.
I know the lightning version
had the E40D.

I'm looking for an oem flexplate
for a 351 & 4R70W combo.

As far as I know, the AOD/E
was never used in a truck
or behind a 351W.

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4r70w

yes they had 351w 4r70w, aode too
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Yeah, just found out that, i.e., a 96 Bronco with a
351W had that option.

Now, I suppose it was just with the 12" converter,
not the 11" (which has a higher stall rating and
is good for more rpm before ballooning but reportedly
has a slightly smaller mounting hole pattern)?

Hmm, wonder if a machine shop could redrill
the one for the 12" to the smaller 11" bolt
circle?

As long as the flexplate is properly indexed to
the engine for balance, would it matter for balance
if the converter position / clocking was changed in
relation to the flex plate? I wouldn't think so.

(Trying to avoid a mega buck custom flexplate here)
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