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4.0 OHV out of a 93 in my 86?

i have access to a 4.0l v6 complete with the tramsmission and all wiring and computer my question is what kind of fitment issues will i encounter installing these?
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you have an 86?
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you have an 86?
i have a 86 and the 88 as of today
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sweet! i think i remember the thread about the free 86?? good luck with the build
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i dunno what kinds of fitament issues you'd have, but that would be sweet. oldschool metal and new school tech. either slam it on some 17 or 18's or lift it mildly with 33's.

kinda like an oem+ thing.
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