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10-19-2002 11:11 PM
mustang66maniac an aod will fit on a 351. I've never heard of a modulated AOD, but even if you get one that has a tv cable, it can still be done as long as you adjust it right. Separator plate, converter, and flexplate all have to be AOD specific, c4 ones won't work. Make sure you get a 28 ounce balanced flexplate so it will work with a 351 instead of a 50oz unit they put on mustangs after 1982, it also has to have 164 teeth instead of 157 tooth units that came on c4s
10-19-2002 06:16 PM
AOD Trans

Will a early 302 type modulated AOD trans from say a 80's mustang or marquis work on my 351 w swap into my 1963 fairlane? And will the flexplate, converter, and separator plate all swap over?

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