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Old 04-29-2013, 08:33 PM
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I have an 88 ranger that I am installing a 1969 429 in it. I would like to know what I need to install a C-4 in it. I have the 429-460 bolt on Ford belhousing for the c-4.The only thing is the diameter of the crank pilot. I know the 429 has the larger diameter pilot compared to the 302 that I had in truck. Can I use the torque converter the I used on my 79 F-250 with the C-4 trans? I looked up converters and I dont want to spend the big dollars for one.
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