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Old 06-19-2004, 08:08 PM
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351M oil capacity

I have a351 modified in my truck, there is no dipstick the guy before me temperarly plugged it up, so does anyone know where i can find one, also how much oil does it hold, i dont want to put to much in it before i get the dipstick
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Tell us about your truck. Is it a 74 dumptruck, ranchero, 4wd or what???
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ford still makes dipsticks for these motors. also our sponsor bronco gaveyard has them.
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its the not the motor thats suppost to be in the truck, its a 1980 150 4x4 so all i need to do is contact a ford dealer
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i belive the oil capacity is 6 quarts. thats what my truck takes. and if its a 4x4 you have it in, then it has the rear sump oil pan so id assume that the capacity is the same.
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