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Unread 02-19-2002, 05:55 PM   #1
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Any info on putting a ford 5.0 in a CJ7?

My '89 bronco ate it's transmission, and it turns out the electronic AOD costs about as much as the truck was worth. The engine's good so I'm swapping it into my jeep. I know the engine will bolt up(so I've read), but does anybody have any advice on the matter, or any sources that could help me out? I've seen z and m's site, any others? I was surprised at how little information I've been able to find on the matter. Thanks in advance.

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