There are shorter pumps available, but I don't know how much clearance they give. Safety Four-wheel antilock brakes are standard. These modifications are listed in your instruction sheet. High quality fittings are mated to Aeroquip high pressure hoses which resist abrasion and kinking. The only issue that the stock radiator may raise is clearance. Ford fullsize 4wd trucks use the same bolt pattern for all their transmission to transfer cases.
There are several points during engine installation where clearance will be rather tight and modifications will be necessary. Four cylinder motor mounts are usually hydraulically filled and are weaker than the V6 mounts, which are a solid rubber mount. Regular-cab models ride a 111. I would recommend two 12-inch fans so that the electric fan motor will not be directly in front of the water pump. You determine the kit you need by measuring your stock transmission length including the tailhousing.
You will have to either replace it or add a fuel regulator to reduce it to 5-7 psi. The first consideration is the oil pan on your engine. If your Ranger doesn't have a 4. It is durable and very easy to find. The best thing you could do is go to a salvage yard and get an engine transmission combination and buy the whole setup - computer, harness and all. It is recommended that you use the 5.
Just thought I would post my experience here in doing the conversion. In my area the factory 157 tooth bellhousings are rare and hard to find. If you choose to use a fuel injected 5. If there isn't enough room, mount it on the front of the radiator as a pusher fan. But I'm under the impression that they are not that good of motors? It fits 157 tooth flywheel mated to a small block Ford.
Options now include two 15-inch forged aluminum wheels and body-colored side moldings. The new shaft and adapter housings are compatible with your World Class transmission. Steel Teflon lined spherical bearings for smooth articulation and long life with no metal to metal contact. Advance Adapters carries 3 different conversion kits for the C4. Nice forum Yea, just cut in' paste, sorry. So, if you like to receive the incredible images regarding Ford Ranger 4×4 V8 Conversion Kits , just click save icon to download these shots in your computer. These are used on 2.
I did the conversion after reading about it here. Leather-trimmed seating surfaces and sport bucket seats are available. You can use a factory V6 Ranger alternator with a V8 bracket and adjuster. It's a Carter pump that's made upside down to clear the steering box. This adapter plate bolts to the front of the stock manual transmission. Technical support, if needed, is only a phone call or email away. Don't install the radiator yet, or you'll be sending it out to have several holes repaired.
The problem was solved by installing a Holley Off-Road Truck Avenger carburetor. Make sure the seal in the new pilot bearing is facing outward towards the clutch. Due to design changes, you should select a 1970 or newer C4. The truck can now sit a steep angles and idle fine. Leaving the water pump off while installing the engine will allow it to go in more smoothly and may save several dents in the radiator support. The second is a short pump for serpentine belt drives. Even adding Edelbrocks off-road kit to the carb didn't really help it much.
The Ranger would benefit from having a new larger in diameter driveshaft made to handle the power of the V8. Whenever you have a choice, use the smallest diameter flywheel and bellhousing available to you to install the V8 into your Ranger. You have two choices for the cross member. This isn't as difficult as it might sound. Design changes for all models this year include revised bumper colors, a horizontal grille insert, fender flares, clear-lens parking lamps, new taillamps and fog lamps, and a 9-inch Ford oval on the grille and tailgate. The kit includes a special timing chain cover pump and gaskets.