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The point of no return? The other good news is I found a buyer in Tucson that wants the powertrain for his 73 Wagoneer.
Discovered that there is room for a 2.5"-3.0" thick intercooler in front of the radiator, which leaves plenty of room to position the 4BT.
Pulled the T case yesterday.

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I have a large air to air on mine. Wish I knew where it came from.
The inlet and outlet are up top.
Excellent!
Came out of a MT35 van with the 130hp P-pump 4BT.
I know where to find one of those CAC's.
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That saved me some money, forgot that I had the CAC. Looks like they had the Wagoneer in mind when they designed it.

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You will have room for a mechanical fan. I have less then 3/8 inch from fan hun to radiator with the 6bt.

in front of these two pusher fans there was the trans cooler with a puller fan centered and wedged between the two pushers.

I am swapping to a 5 speed and hope to put an a/c condenser in this mess
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You will have room for a mechanical fan. I have less then 3/8 inch from fan hun to radiator with the 6bt.

in front of these two pusher fans there was the trans cooler with a puller fan centered and wedged between the two pushers.

I am swapping to a 5 speed and hope to put an a/c condenser in this mess
I do plan on having a mechanical fan. Geno's Garage sell a smaller multi blade fan for the Cummins but they want $300 for it, ouch!

The first gen Dodge AC compressor has threaded AC lines at the rear, that's what I'm using. edit: assuming your using the Dodge/Cummins accessorie drive.
 
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My engine is out of a f700. I want to run the high mount A/C. Just haven’t pulled the trigger when I see one come up. I may just fabricate my own eventually
 

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It's gutted. Now to clean and repair. Theres some rust on the frame that needs some attention and also remove left over wiring that was for the gas motor.

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A change of plans, the MT35 CAC is out, I was not satisfied with the fitment of it. The new CAC is generic, slightly more surface area and volume than the MT35 CAC.

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Got the transmission shifter and throttle valve cables connected at the transmission.
The trans shifter cable bracket that B&M supplied with the shifter is sorely lacking so made my own. I switched throttle valve cables from a first gen Dodge (push cable) to a second gen (pull cable).

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