Originally Posted by Fordranger1998
i have done a little bit of research and found out that the motor mounts have to be custom made n the tranny crossmember has to be messed with and shorten the driveshaft does anybody have an opinion on a radiatior could i get one out of a 4.0 ranger and be ok?
If you don't have room to put a bolt on radiator like me, I recommend the jamesduff radiatior. Sure it's a little expensive but it fit's very nice, also i've heard the you could use a 4.0 rad. As for engine mounts there a bunch of company that makes them like advance adapters, l&l products(these are the ones I have), jamesduff and more just search, as for the tranny I don't know if it fits without any mod but what I would do is install the engine, measure take the tranny crossmember out and install the tranny, put the crossmember back on and if the holes don't match get like a half inch thick piece of steel around 4x4(inches) and drill holes matching it up with the transmision mount holes and of course the crossmember. As for the driveshaft it's most likely to be either short or long, again i don't know how long is the c4. In my case the driveshaft is too short.
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