I've managed to blow a capacitor while doing maintenance on my 1967 electric organ. It's a 80uf 25V. I've done some searching and found that I can replace it with one that has a higher voltage rating but the same farad value. Is there anything else that I need to know before I buy a replacement? I've read some things about ripple current and resistance? The numbers on the capacitor are: B41283-s5806-z2 80uf 25V A 0-507-24 W9
Very likely any 80 µF capacitor you can find today rated at 25 V or more will work fine in this situation. Such a capacitor from 1967 is electrolytic, so already polarized. Replacing it with a 80 µF 35 V, for example, modern capacitor should no result in any problems.
A 80µF electrolytic capacitor from 1967 could be easily 120uF back then, and 40µF today. It probably had a much higher internal resistance than modern capacitors. I think any good quality 100µF 25V is okay. You may of course use 100µF 35V or higher voltage. If you still prefer 80µF, that is okay, but I really think that 80µF or 100µF does not matter.
Do you know how old tube radios are repaired ? Every capacitor is cut away and replaced, without testing them if they are bad or still a little okay.