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Old 12-06-2011, 12:40 PM
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That is a freaking sick build! I wish I had a spot to do this swap and the money lol.
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Did this on my back porach cause the 89 fummins is still in my shop lol
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Dude that truck is sick! Nice work!
thanks man still got some work to do to it
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Did this on my back porach cause the 89 fummins is still in my shop lol
Thats it im coming to your house to do the swap. lol I can't do anything like that for lack of tools and my community would have a fit. They had a cow when i changed my turbo on my car which only took 4 hours. lol
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Thats it im coming to your house to do the swap. lol I can't do anything like that for lack of tools and my community would have a fit. They had a cow when i changed my turbo on my car which only took 4 hours. lol
I would tell the community to kiss my azz lol come on
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Old 12-13-2011, 03:48 PM
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What A/C compressor did you use i have a 94 crew cab that I'm redoing a swap in and I'm going to hook up the a/c
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What A/C compressor did you use i have a 94 crew cab that I'm redoing a swap in and I'm going to hook up the a/c
its for a tractor application it and the altnator setup
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Thats it im coming to your house to do the swap. lol I can't do anything like that for lack of tools and my community would have a fit. They had a cow when i changed my turbo on my car which only took 4 hours. lol
this really chaps my a@#s when communities can tell you what you can do on your own property that we pay for and pay taxes on but others can tell us what we can or cannot do makes me wonder if we really live in the USA or not I guess that's why I live in the country where my closest neighbor is 2 miles away
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its for a tractor application it and the altnator setup
Do you know what the part # is or what it fits?? Thanks
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Old 01-04-2012, 11:25 AM
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update I finally finished the intake and installed a triple disc tq,billet flex plate and valvebody now i can cruise at 70mph at 1500rpms now all i need to do is get the twins ready to be put on lol
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Call me crazy, but I put a 6BT 24v in a 97 250 and p-pumped it with a pair of compounds, but if those steel tabs sticking off the sides of your engine are your motor mounts, thye need to be rethought, they look a lot weak to me.
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Call me crazy, but I put a 6BT 24v in a 97 250 and p-pumped it with a pair of compounds, but if those steel tabs sticking off the sides of your engine are your motor mounts, thye need to be rethought, they look a lot weak to me.
they are stonger than they look however on my wifes 89 i am going to be building custom mounts
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Old 01-05-2012, 08:10 AM
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do you have a better pic of the clearance between the rear valve cover and the pinch weld on the cab??? And your truck don't have a body lift does it ?
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Old 01-12-2012, 01:39 AM
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do you have a better pic of the clearance between the rear valve cover and the pinch weld on the cab??? And your truck don't have a body lift does it ?
these are on my 89 no body lift
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Damn my94 looks like it will be alot closer when I move the engine back . I have the new fordcummins mounts and the eingine sits alot lower than the original fordcummins mount do in my brothers truck . i will try to get pics this weekend when it is day light . THANKS for pics
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Damn my94 looks like it will be alot closer when I move the engine back . I have the new fordcummins mounts and the eingine sits alot lower than the original fordcummins mount do in my brothers truck . i will try to get pics this weekend when it is day light . THANKS for pics
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Here is the pics of where mine is setting now it needs to go back alot so can put a fan on it
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