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Trans my freind has an 88 bronco full size 4x4 with a 95 5.8L 351 will the trans. out of a 95 F150 4x4 bolt up without any problems?

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  • travisparr Feb 21, 2009

    ok i was wondering if there would be any electrical problems

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If they are same size engine, it should be fine

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