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Do automatic trans 2.8 still have spot for pilot bearing

I have an 85 2.8 autothat I'm gonna convert to a 5 speed I haven't pulled the auto yet and I need to know is my frank still gonna have the hole drill for a pilot bearing even though it's an auto thanks please pet me know asap
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yes there is a hole there cuz i converted and 86 ranger from auto to stick
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Sweet Since it's there my 85 should be sporting a 5 spear tmro
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