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Old 12-01-2010
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Originally Posted by RazorsEDGE View Post
I don't mean to sound rude either, but did you even read the post?
Yes, I read the post. But for some reason I only seen the part where you typed 98 + automatic transmissions. I'm sorry about that.
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In doing a swap will the 4x4 front end fit under a 4x2 truck or would it need modification? I did this swap on an explorer but i had to cut the axle mount rivits out and bolt the needed ones on my keeper. I have a good tranny and transfer case and would love to convert my 92 ranger to 4x4. would be a fun weekend project that would definately improve my ride.
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