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on my ex now i have 4" lift springs and 2" coil spacers... now i want to get some flexyier springs. i read that the skyjacker 6" or bronco 5.5" work. but since i have the 2" spacer should i get the skyjacker 4"?
but the thing with that is that you only have the tranny, you need the clutch line, slave, pedal assembly, flywheel, starter, and other things like that. parts car is the only way to really go unless you have a nearby junkyard
i just finished doing my swap like 3 days ago and love it. the best thing to do is get a parts car. i bought a 91 navajo for like 150 bucks, so just look around. the swap is actually easy. There is plates and holes for everything so i didnt even need to drill. the hardest part is the pedals...
i just finishd the swap, now im in a dilema. which computer should i use? auto or manual? i tried both and it wont start, im guessing its the neutral safety switch, how do i get around this?
hey im doing an auto to manual swap, how do you take out that bracket on the steering column that holds the brake pedal. i took out all the bolts and its still not moving. any tips? pleassee im so frustrated
im doing an auto to manual swap in my 91, and i have a 91 navajo for a parts car. i got pretty much everything i need but got a question. do i need to get the steering column bracket that holds the pedal assembly? also what about the tranny wiring harness?