AOD Conversion Kit 1967-1970

CJ's Part Number: AODCK2
MSRP: $589.86

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AOD Conversion Kit 1967-1970

Product Description

AOD Conversion Kit 1967-1970

AOD Conversion Kit 1967-1970

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AOD Conversion Kit 1967-1970 is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from some great some not so great I purchased this kit thinking it would be a mainly bolt on and go but it turned out to be a lot more involved. First ill mention the things that worked, the TV cable and correction kit worked well, the slip yoke fit, and the anti vibration transmission mount worked. Next what didn't work... the cross member was at least 6 inches behind where it needed to be so i had to fabricate a piece of steel to hold the transmission, and the shifter linkage was 2.5 inches too short so i had to cut it in half weld in another 2.5 inches of steel rod. Finally, they did not mention that you must have a TV geometry corrector for the carb style you have ( holley or edelbrock). In all it is a good kit for bench-marking what you need but the most expensive part didn't even work out of the box so i would say look for other options. Please note i did this on a 1970 mustang coupe with 351w and aod out of an 80's era crown vic.
Date published: 2016-04-01
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Product Questions

Does the AOD tranny need to be linked to an ECU  like it was on the cars that they came in? How does the factory shifter work with an AOD since it didn't have an overdrive position? Are any tunnel modifications required? Does the stock driveshaft work?

Asked by: Baja John
The AODE would need to be computer controlled the AOD does not. No tunnel modifications are needed. The front driveshaft yoke would need to be changed. The factory shifter is retained for a stock look but it will work.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2015-11-17

what does the kit include i already run a lokar accecerator cable i can get a flexplate and hi-stall. i can make a crossmember. what are the springs and so forth in the kit for 

Asked by: timmyb
Everything in the picture is included in this kit. If you have some of the parts, the others are available individually on our site.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-09-18

Will this kit work for a 98-02 AODE Transmission going into a 68 Cougar? I would have to run a TPS, so would the price drop without the need for a TV cable? Thanks. Mike

Asked by: Mike Rieger

I have a 1969 cougar with a 351 W motor and FMX transmission I would like to swap with a aod trans?I believe that the transmissions are both the same length and I was wondering if you sold a retro kit.? Steel transmission lines

Asked by: Dave DeVaughn

How does the pictured shift arm connect to the OEM floor shifter on a 1969 coupe?

Asked by: JD55
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