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Old 08-07-2003, 11:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Which T Cases Bolt Right Up To An "aod" Transmission

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Three T-cases I know which would bolt up: Np 208, BW 1345nd 1356. I am not sure about the NP 203, but Im sure someone else can provide more info.
Heres some info picked up in a search:
All T-cases used by Ford in automatics have the same bolt patten and spline count the 203/205/208/1345/1356 are all supposed to be the same, so the 205 should mount up, but the AOD does not have the cut out in the mounting flange for the shift linkage. The mounting flange is a full circle.

There has also been some discusion that the output shafts on some of the transmissions backed by the np208 and laterT-cases is longer than the 203/205 backed trannys that required a 3/4" spacer to be used.

I am planning the same swap in my 89 the 205 behind the AOD and that is the only sticking point I have come across so far. The only reason it's not done yet is Driveshaft mods as I am considering the offroad design Tcase doubler as well.





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