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Diesel Conversion 99 Ranger

Hey all,

I have a 1999 Ford Ranger that I would like to convert to a diesel engine so I can get more out of it. I'm just not sure what engine to be looking for or what other modifications I should do. It's a 1999 has a 4.0L, 4x4, extended cab, and automatic transmission.

Any advice would be great.
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Most typical is a 4bt. Do some research and you'll find everything you want to know, including the fact that it's about a $10k project
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