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Old 04-05-2011
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98 ranger trans swap

So a while back I bought my ranger for 1000 bucks with no reverse or 4x4. Well no worries but now the trans is acting up due to crap floating around in it I'm sure. So I found a 3.0 5 speed and 1354 manual t case. Spent a few hours in the mud today getting most of the stuff. I will have to get the trans tomorrow but I am excited to do this. I love the interior of the 98 over the older ones but really miss a twin stick setup. I suppose this will be a build thread for it. Since there seems to be a lack of good write ups on this

Any tips or insight would be great. I am no newb to this kinda crap as I've got two 350 diesels that I've done clutches and pulled transmissions before. Just a smaller scale I suppose
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