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Old 07-21-2015
Join Date: Jul 2015
Location: Oroville ca
Posts: 2
Originally Posted by rudedog View Post
Hi guys I'm new here and was just wondering what year model recieved the 4.0L in any configuration DOHC/SOHC? I always thought it was post '96, but someone recently told me they were offered in a '94, is that correct? Thanks, Rudy.
that is correct I have a 94 with a factory 4.0 engine
Old 10-09-2015
Join Date: Oct 2015
Location: Norfolk Va
Posts: 3
Hell yea yall I am THAT NOOB!! I just posted some questions about the coil over conversion in the suspension tech thread can I get a hook up
Old 05-14-2016
Join Date: May 2016
Location: Mesquite, Texas
Posts: 15
Good idea! How about "speed sensor location"
Old 01-10-2017
Join Date: Jan 2017
Location: Allen
Posts: 1

Ok I have a 97 4x4 Ranger 4.0 OHV. It has a blown head gasket, the motor is shot. I also have a 97 Ranger 2wd 4.0 OHV with no transmission. Both trucks are nice, the 2wd is probably the better looking truck. I've considered putting the good engine in the 4wd. I've also considered using the trams for the 2wd, but my question is. Is it even possible to use the 4wd trans in a 2wd? I would obviously sacrifice my 4wd, but as far as bolting up and actually functioning, would it work? Or would I be better off doing a simple motor swap? Thanks.
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