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I hit a deer last night, and am in need of a cooling system, and vacuum actuator for my 4x4. Will these parts work for my 93 from a 95? Thanks for any responses.
 
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Vac actuator yes, rad might with some work but its not a bolt in.
 
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Vac actuator yes, rad might with some work but its not a bolt in.
My rad doesn't bolt in either, but the supports, which are separate, do. I will make it work if I have to, my main concern was whether or not the oil lines, etc. would match up ok.
 
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By not bolting in I was referring it won't simply fit without some kinda modification. First gen and 2nd gens have different core heights and widths. This means the tanks won't be the same so the rubber pads on the bottom will have to be moved. If I recall the 2nd gen uses a shorter height so the pads on top won't even touch.

As for the oil coolers about the only work I've done on that system is remove it cause its too leak prone.
 
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By not bolting in I was referring it won't simply fit without some kinda modification. First gen and 2nd gens have different core heights and widths. This means the tanks won't be the same so the rubber pads on the bottom will have to be moved. If I recall the 2nd gen uses a shorter height so the pads on top won't even touch.

As for the oil coolers about the only work I've done on that system is remove it cause its too leak prone.
I see, thanks.
 
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