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what is the difference between a 4R70W and an AOD/AODE?
i see that on several websites and ebay sellers that the 4R70W and the AOD/AODE are listed as the same. would an AOD/AODE work in a 1996 4.6L 2V? if not, what would i need to get it to work? i am asking this because there are several places that you can get built AOD transmissions for dirt cheap, and in some of those places, i dont see any 4R70W's.
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DD: 1996 GT, full suspension, decent amount of boltons, and a PI intake manifold.
THE BEAST: 1985 Camaro IROC-Z w/ a built cammed and p&pd 350, Holley 780, full drag suspension, 9" POSI Rear.
RE: what is the difference between a 4R70W and an AOD/AODE?
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