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Question 2.3l 'stang accessory brackets/bearings & rings

ok, so i just bought a used 2.3l out of a '92 mustang, and i noticed a few differences from the 2.3l in my ranger. first, the a/c pump is mounted on the driver side on my ranger, and on the passenger side of the stang motor. will my accessory brackets from my truck bolt onto the block from the stang? Also, i plan on going through the stang motor and replacing the rings, and main bearings, and honing the cylinders, are the bearings from the ranger any bigger or smaller than the stang?
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