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Old 07-16-2007, 01:31 AM
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Ford 192

I was just given a Ford 192 motor that has been completly dissambled and the guy just didn't have the time to put it back to together. This motor ways ALOT, the stripped block weighs about the same if not more than a complete 302. The man who gave me the motor also told me that the motor could be converted to run on diesel. Is this true?

O yeah, the motor came off of an old 250 cfm aircompressor.
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A quick Google search comes up with references to a Ford 192 Diesel industrial engine. Try that. Seems there are 172 and 192 cid versions. No mention of a gasoline engine that I could see, though.
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