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i realize that there are benefits to having a truck that can run on propane as well as gasoline but ive already started taking the propane stuff off so theres not turning back, hehe
had the giant propane thank removed, and installed a k&n air fliter and mass air pipe.
now my question is, whats left? i see alot of extra stuff in the engine, problem is im new to the whole diy truck work.
i have a 94 F150 5.0L (automatic transmission) i dont know anyone with an f150 so i cant compare my engine to theirs, anyone happen to have a picture of a stock 94 f150 5.0, that i can compare to mine so i ahve a better idea what i can do to remove the remaining LPG conversion parts?
if i had a better understanding how LPG conversions are INSTALLED i would have a better understanding on how to UNinstall them. any help would be greatly appreciated.
thanks a ton
A Colombian Cowboy
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