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Not sure what you're saying there... but Bill is right, it's LOTS easier for those of us who answer questions if there is one topic per thread.

The I-6 uses entirely different parts than the V8s do.
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Not sure what you're saying there... but Bill is right, it's LOTS easier for those of us who answer questions if there is one topic per thread.

The I-6 uses entirely different parts than the V8s do.
If I was a Ford Engineer, I wouldn't be on here...point well taken though...however...isn't this part the same on the V8's!?
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...however...isn't this part the same on the V8's!?
Yes! No! Maybe! Sometimes! It depends!!! Yelling because you yelled at me!

Yes, it performs the same function, but sizes & orientations are different; that engine was designed, when, in the 1950s?

As was said in Post 30, many of the parts used on the I-6 engine are different... This stuff changed a LOT (especially 1983/86) nevermind all the different vehicles & configurations the engine came in....
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Yes! No! Maybe! Sometimes! It depends!!! Yelling because you yelled at me!

Yes, it performs the same function, but sizes & orientations are different; that engine was designed, when, in the 1950s?

As was said in Post 30, many of the parts used on the I-6 engine are different... This stuff changed a LOT (especially 1983/86) nevermind all the different vehicles & configurations the engine came in....
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Yes, an older thread, but saw this on eBay and remembered the discussion.

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Here are some photos of the part you are looking for, but in the big picture you really don't need it as it will not solve the problem of oil in the bottom of the air cleaner. I had to go to a hose in a plastic bottle with a rag wrapped around the top of the bottle. 10,000 miles later I change the rings and this did fix the excessive blow by problem.
Point is ... with to much blow by from worn rings will just push air/oil out both ends of the PCV system.
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Last edited by 1986F150six; 04-21-2014 at 02:59 PM. Reason: Sorry, I just referenced the numbers provided by NumberDummy and see that this is not the correct part.
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