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Old September 27th, 2016, 11:29 AM
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Will a 2.5NA bolt-on directly to the 2.25L engine mounts?
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Will a 2.5NA bolt-on directly to the 2.25L engine mounts?
frame side mounts ? Yep
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Will a 2.5NA bolt-on directly to the 2.25L engine mounts?
No.
On the 2.25 the right frame horn protrudes into the area where the injection pump fits onto the 2.5 N/A engine requiring frame modifications to get the 2.5 N/A engine to fit into a series II, IIA or III.

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On the 2.25 the right frame horn protrudes into the area where the injection pump fits onto the 2.5 N/A engine requiring frame modifications to get the 2.5 N/A engine to fit into a series II, IIA or III.

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Assumed he was asking about a 2.25 gas or diesel defender ? No ?
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It's for a Series III with a gas 2.25L

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On the 2.25 the right frame horn protrudes into the area where the injection pump fits onto the 2.5 N/A engine requiring frame modifications to get the 2.5 N/A engine to fit into a series II, IIA or III.

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