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new motor, old tranny?


superrocker10

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i have a '99 ranger with the 3.0 with a 5 speed behind it. will a 4.0 out of a '98 bolt up to it??? please help me:icon_confused::icon_confused::icon_confused:
 


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nope, you'll need a 4.0 tranny, but any 4.0 manual tranny will work, they are all the same
 

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can you guesstamate a price range?
 

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You can price out a transmission on www.car-part.com

I'm assuming you'll need the driveshaft too...
 

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driveshafts should be the same, same tranny, just a different integral bellhousing... hence the housing is different
 

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I did not know that, thanks for clarifying.
 

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