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Old 06-16-2004, 04:30 PM
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anybody know an expert?

i need to change the motor in my 93 full size bronco -- want to go to 460 keep all accessories and computer. i've asked the question before and have got limited answers. i need someone who's been there and done that to tell me what's involved. i don't want it half a**ed or cobbled up -- want a 460 and need advise on doing it right.
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