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Old 12-05-2014, 08:28 PM
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Wanted to replace my old 3.2L Diesel with Ford V8 while still maintaining all off road capabilities. What engine can I use and how do I go about it. Are there any other components Ill need to swap out.

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In what? The 3.2 just became available in the US, so we might not have the full info for you.

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I'm guessing OP lives outside the US and has the 3.2 in a Ranger.

I say this because the Transit was not exactly designed for the off-road capabilities that OP would want to preserve.
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I'm guessing OP lives outside the US and has the 3.2 in a Ranger.

I say this because the Transit was not exactly designed for the off-road capabilities that OP would want to preserve.
Ever been to Miami during rush hour?

Oh wait, you did say he lived out of the country.
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