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Old 07-28-2014, 06:03 PM   #1
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Will an 96GT radiator work with my 98 3.8? Bought the wrong radiator and hoses so chime in if you have any advice! I'm putting in a 96 4.6 4v in a couple months. Just need this to work for now
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Flex hoses would peobably be best for that


1967 coupe 351w 5 speed dual exhaust long tube headers, 2000 v6 5 speed dual exhaust lowering springs drilled and slotted rotors, 2005 ford ranger single cab 3.0 under drive pulleys auto 8.8 rear end with 4.10 gears
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Flex hoses would peobably be best for that

1967 coupe 351w 5 speed dual exhaust long tube headers, 2000 v6 5 speed dual exhaust lowering springs drilled and slotted rotors, 2005 ford ranger single cab 3.0 under drive pulleys auto 8.8 rear end with 4.10 gears
I haven't looked yet, but are you thinking the GT hoses won't work with the 3.8 motor? They're silicone mishimoto hoses...
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Idk if there different you can go to the parts store and compare the part numbers between the two engine. I just listed the flex hoses because they will deffinately work no matter what. Measure the outlet on the engine and measure the outlets on the radiator so you can find a hose with the right diameter ends


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