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was looking today at a 93-94 ranger that had the round tooth timing gears. had the 2.3, so im guessing they should fit?

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was looking today at a 93-94 ranger that had the round tooth timing gears. had the 2.3, so im guessing they should fit?


Yes, '92 - '93 Mustangs and '92 - '01 Rangers will have the round tooth sprockets.

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DPDISXR4Ti wrote:
85xr wrote:
was looking today at a 93-94 ranger that had the round tooth timing gears. had the 2.3, so im guessing they should fit?


Yes, '92 - '93 Mustangs and '92 - '01 Rangers will have the round tooth sprockets.
I am running sprockets off a 92 mustang and they are most definately square.

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1991 - 2001 Ford Explorer (1st and 2nd gen) - Rear shocks (minimal mods required - search for more details)
2000 - '05 Focus - Front struts (strut tower re-fabrication required - search for more details)

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~1990 ('88 - '94?) Chevrolet Cavalier - 12v+ power distribution mounting terminal w/ in-line fuse on orange wire circuit. Located on false-firewall - 7mm socket required for removal.
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Not a junkyard part per say, but for those with the stock or shorty radiator, the lower hose from a 1992 - 2001 Toyota Camry works great as an upper hose replacement. Got mine from Advance Auto for $20, in stock, no fuss. Part number is DAYCO 71679.

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I trimmed what you can see there off the thermostat end. For a stock radiator, you'll need to take some off the radiator end too. The extra length there is what you need for Mike's short setup.


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Time to wake this thread up!

Air-Oil cooler from a police cruiser. Search for details.

Wastegate actuator from Saab turbos. Adjustable ;-)


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Some new additions to welcome in 2016...

Circa 2000 Volvo S80
- Trunk-mounted battery stuff - Nice heavy-duty + and - cables. Nearby attached 12V+ power distribution box w/ four 40A fuses

'03 - 11 Saab 9-3 Turbo
- Top air-charge hose - 2.75" w/ 90-degree elbow to 2" - Saab p/n 12785081 (Might be useful when using NPR Intercooler)
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1st Gen Toyota MR2 ('84 - '89) - Inline Coolant Filler fitting
2nd Gen Toyota MR2 ('91 - '95) - Electric Power Steering (search for details)

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Starting off 2017 with a small addition to this thread...

~'95 - 2004 Land Rover V8 Exhaust manifold bolts. They measure 50mm vs. 52mm for stock 2.3T bolts, so close enough. The head is a 12-point, 12mm, so much smaller that the stock 6-point, 17mm. This might make them useful for some headers where clearance is a challenge. They also come with spacers which could be used as-is or machined in some way.

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Volkswagon Front struts (search for details)

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