You are currently viewing our forum as a guest, which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features. By joining our community, at no cost, you will have access to post topics, communicate privately with other members (PM), respond to polls, upload content and access many other special features. Registration is free, fast and simple, so please join our community today!
Year: 1999 Make: Ford Model: F-350 Price: $15000 Mileage: 258000 Color: Black Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing Location (State): NY Transmission: Manual Drivetrain: 4WD & AWD Color: Black Engine: 12V Cummins
1999 Black F350 crew cab, SRW with 6-8" lift on 37x13.5x20. Truck is cosmetically in great shape. Has the 2005 front clip swap, and the front bumper is set up for a winch (not included).
Truck has 12V conversion with pretty well built engine. engine build reads as follows:
fly cut pistons
Hamilton valve springs, keepers and retainers
Hamilton 181/210 cam
Kenny's Pulling parts adjustable cam and pump gear
Kenny's pulling parts billet timing cover prepped for waterman or hilborn pump
S351, 0 miles since rebuild by Columbus Diesel Supply
HX60, 0 miles since rebuild by Columbus Diesel Supply
Interturbo piping is v-band setup
370 Marine Injectors
024 Delivery Valves
Remote mount oil filter adapter
New Oil pan and gasket
New rear main seal
New rear cam plug
New throw out bearing
South Bend 3850 dual disc clutch
Two boost gauges (one for each turbo)
Truck has a hybrid np273 transfer case that mounts to the NV5600 while keeping the non-slip yoke of the fords
Now for the bad:
the bolt holding in the KDP tab backed out, got caught between the cam and timing gears, snapped the cam, bent all the pushrods, and generally did extensive damage. D&W diesel in Auburn, NY replaced the cam, lifters, pushrods, gaskets, gears, valves, valvesprings, etc. Truck was leaking pretty bad so I pulled it off the road to rebuild the turbos, replace the rear cam plug and rear main seal. I also got all new oil lines for the turbos, and had a new pan made with oil returns for the turbos added.
oil lines need to be assembled and installed, the lines are all there with the ends
inter-turbo manifold needs to be finish welded and wrapped and/or ceramic coated
truck will need to be tuned, timing is retarded right now, and needs to be advanced (easy with the adjustable gears)
New battery cables need to be made and installed, all other wiring is clean and ready to go
The truck should really have a wastegate installed to help control EGTs, and for spooling the atmospheric turbo.
For someone with the right skill set, tool set and shop space this is probably a weekend job to get this back on the road.
I don't want to sell, but the truck has been off the road all winter, and frankly I need to get myself into a reliable vehicle again. With spring here, I will likely keep working on the truck, so this is a chance to pick it up while its still a 'project' and finish it yourself. The engine parts alone would make this truck a steal. I'm open to realistic offers, and can provide more pictures if needed.
best way to contact is through email.
95 F-250, 7.3L, E40D - 300,000 miles
80 Bronco, 300c.i. inline, NP435 - 180,000 miles
83 F-150, 300c.i. inline, NP435 - 310,000 miles
This forum is owned and operated by Internet Brands, Inc., a Delaware corporation. It is not authorized or endorsed by the Ford Motor Company and is not affiliated with the Ford Motor Company or its related companies in any way. FordŽ is a registered trademark of the Ford Motor Company.