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2 Questions Really

Ok gang, I have started a project of pulling a 4.0L V6 from a totaled 2001 Ranger, & installing it in a 1962 Ford Falcon Wagon. My questions to you are as follows:

1) I want to do away with the power steering pump bc the Falcon does not have it. Where can I find a belt that takes care of this?

2) As of right now, the Falcon does not have AC, it will in the near future, not not as of yet! Will it hurt the system to leave the compressor on the engine & just not have it hooked up?

ok so I have just 1 more question!

3) whats the difference between the SOHC 4.0L in the rangers, explorers, sport tracs & the 4.0L SOHC Mustang? I want to put a set of headers on my engine & see that the "Mustang" style are way cheaper than that of the "Rangers" what gives?
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