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A4LD Install ?s

Discussion in 'Transmissions & Transfer Cases' started by will1080, September 2, 2009.

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  1. will1080

    will1080 New Member

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    Truck Specs.

    1986
    Ford Ranger
    4WD Regular Cab.
    GVWR Code = Y
    Engine : 2.9l 179 CID V6
    Trans : A4LD

    I got this Truck free to fix up. The old A4LD was not in it when i got he truck. I picked up one from Pull-A-Part that came out of a 1986 B2.

    This will be my 1st trans install. there are a few things i need to know.

    1. whats the best way to bolt the Torque Conveter to the flywheel.

    2. Details on installing the Transfer Case and Drive Shafts.
     
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  3. BrooklynBay

    BrooklynBay Moderator & long time member. Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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    Put the torque converter into the bell housing first, then bolt it to the flexplate. The transfer case gets connected to the transmission after the transmission is in. The driveshaft slides into the transfer case, then bolts onto the differential.
     
  4. will1080

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    thank you for posting.

    ya i am most likely going to sell this truck after i fix it.

    I am 6''3' so not most comfortable thing to get behind the wheel.

    Trying find out if there is anyway to add some leg room with out having to do any major modding.
     

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