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Old 06-19-2007, 04:45 PM
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Need a new engine for my truck

I know this would usually go in the B/S/T thread, but I'm not sure how often people check it, and I'm hoping to get responses in the next couple of days.

I just got word today that my engine is officially dead. It's been having trouble holding oil pressure, and now it's totally gone & aint coming back. Anyways, the specs are: 1995 F-150, 4wd, 5.8L, speed density intake and i believe it's vin H (not entirely sure what the difference is). I'm located in Pittsburgh, so if anybody in the surrounding area has one or knows someone who has one, I would greatly appreciate if you let me know. Cell number is 412-580-0736 and email is weeds_2004@yahoo.com. I'm a full time student, & I'll probably be in class when you so just leave a message & I'll get back to you.

Oh, and the funeral will be whenever I get the engine pulled, if I have the digi cam working, I'll post up some pics.

Thanks again guys
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Old 06-19-2007, 05:29 PM
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Basically any will fit from 90 or so all sensors should be in same place ETC. I'll keep my eyes out . I know of alot of trucks sitting around. Goodluck
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