It has to be an older model. Able to do these two things:
1) Output a HD floppy detect signal
2) Be able to change floppy ID from 1 (PC standard) to 0 (atari standard).
Most older drives have jumpers for ID, but not all have jumpers to make it output the HD floppy detect signal. Some floppys have the jumpers hidden inside the floppy on the PCB, so you'll have to take it apart.
Also, the floppy controller must be able to handle 16 MHz for it to operate properly with HD floppys. Only the Ajax chip does this for sure. But many have used the older WD1772 in 16 MHz with success, so this part is trial and error.