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Old 03-30-2008, 05:48 PM   #1
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Default aod to t-5 conversion, what do i need?

Ok heres the deal, i have a 1991 mustang with an aod tranny. i bought a t-5 tranny from another fox. i have the tranny, clutch, shifter, flywheel,adjustable cable and quadrant. do i need a different driveshaft or yolk? and i know i need the pedals but what else do i need?

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Old 03-30-2008, 06:09 PM   #2
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Default RE: aod to t-5 conversion, what do i need?

Might wanna pm the author of this thread, http://www.mustangforums.com/m_4845958/tm.htm
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Default RE: aod to t-5 conversion, what do i need?

dude im doing mine just now all i need if a new flywheel the one i have of not the correct one[:@]
any who no bro your drive shaft and yoke should be the same heres a link that some one els posted up and its really helping me out this is actually my 1st time screwing around with a tranny and sooo fars its preaty easy


http://westcoastmustangs.com/article...ap/t5swap.html
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Default RE: aod to t-5 conversion, what do i need?

Two more that may help. I just done mine about 2 months ago.

http://www.shortlinegarage.com/tech/...2-step-program

http://www.cartechbooks.com/vstore/s...5&CATID=21
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