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Old 05-05-2011, 01:03 AM
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429 in a 78 F250

Bought an old farm truck from friend of a friend of a (you get the idea). The truck has an old 429 out of a galaxie 500. I changed the oil and filter and put in 5 quarts. Ran it for a few minutes. Let it sit a while and the dipstick came out with 0 oil. I added a 6th quart and ran it again, let it sit and there is about an 1/8 an inch of oil on the stick. Way under ADD mark. Anyone know the length of a 429 stick from insert to tip? Im guessing this isn't the right stick. Im not very knowledgeable with engines but i know the basics. Any and all assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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Are you sure the engine is from a car? my original '78 F150s 460 took 7 quarts to be on the full line.
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Old 05-05-2011, 11:03 AM
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Yea man u need to find out if someone put a trk oil pan on it they hold a lil more oil than a car pan expectially if it came of a f700
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ok. how would i go about finding that out. there should be a PN on the outside of the pan right? Ill check tomorrow. Its pretty dark now. Also where would the engine stamp be? I kinda wanna make sure the engine thats in it is actually a 429 and I would love to know the year of it.
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There should b a tag on the driverside valve cover if its not u might want to ask one of the other guys here. I really don't remember where mine are. But if it has a bigger oil pan u will b able to tell it will either b real wide or hang real low under ur trk.
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k. ill check tomorrow. Thanks.
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