Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: Wrightstown, New Jersey
Full size Bronco's had the 351W in them. When I was looking at doing the Ford swap, I was looking at an F250 for the setup with the 351W/ZR5/205 setup, the ZR5 is a stick though. I think they came with E4OD's for the automatics. I think the late 70's/80's also came with a C-6.
Now the question is, is there a reason you need to jump up to that size of an engine? You going to be moving big tires or racing or just looking for a little bit more up and go?
1986 Jeep Comanche 126000+ miles
Long Bed, Chevy 350 TPI (5.7L V8), AX15, NP231
Roll Bar, 15/38.5R16.5 Ground Hawgs, Bastard lift (Custom 3-link long arm system, 4.5" Rusty's front springs w/ 1.75" spacers and 6.5" RC shocks, SOA rear), Dana 60HP/Sterling 10.25, 4.10's, Recessed winch, more mods to come...
1992 Jeep Comanche 174000+ miles
Short Bed, 4.0L I6 HO, AX15, NP231
In the process of doing a frame up restoration.
1990 Jeep Cherokee XJ 207774 miles
4.0L I6, AW4, NP231. Tom Woods SYE and Drive Shaft, Rusty's 8.0" Long Arm Suspension Lift, 36/13.5R15 Super Swamper IROK's, Dana 30 Front, Tube Diff Guard, Dana 44 Rear, 4.56 gears, Ox Locker, disc brake conversion