What year was your 4Runner? 90-95? Those have a few more inches in the engine compartment to play with compared to the 84-89 4Runners.
I put my engine as far back as possible without having to severly beat the firewall. With the 3" body lift I was able to go back even further. I also moved the engine up as high as possible. But with the long water pump there just wasnt enough room to run a mech fan. So I cut the core support in half and am going to mount the fan up on top of the front crossmember and as far back as possible. I 'll then run my taurus fan behind the rad. I'll still only have a tiny bit of clearance from water pump to rad, but it should work. The stock V6 Toy radiator is pretty thick compared to the aluminum GM radiators. But the GM radiators are much wider than the toy. And cost money :) THats why I went with the stock toy rad.
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