Shift kit

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Asked by May 18, 2011 at 01:38 AM about the Ford Bronco

Question type: Car Customization

The E4Od in it now has 82251 miles on it and was put in the truck with all the updates after the first tranny went.....any thoughts to a B&M shift improver kit in there to increase its longevity? it shifts ok right know but i hate the sloppyness(?) of them all...any help to whether this is a smart idea or worth the investment would be greatly appreciated

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If you have to ask, it isn't right

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sadly, my stupid ass asked a question to which i needed no second opinion to, the damn thing feels far sturdier, and much more solid with a shift kit in it, considering the reason most e4od's are shit is the way it shifts, the kit has kept it alive

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