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Old 03-04-2008, 07:29 PM
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6.9L vs. 7.3L

Hey does any one know if a 6.9L engine will bolt in to the existing mounts of my 7.3L?
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To be sure, I'd jump up to the early 7.3/6.9 diesel Forum...just keep scrolling up..... As a WAG, I think it does, but I don't know about the engine wiring harness....
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YAYYYYYYYYYYYY 6.9L non-turdblow DIESEL!!!!!!! lots of torque, not sure about mounting or bolt-ups tho
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Jason, I take it you found a replacement engine for your diesel...6.9. And I see you got your answer up in the 7.3/6.9 Diesel Forum. Good going.
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I thought the bellhousings were different lengths, or I should say, the input shafts...
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i wouldnt do either of those. just rebuild the one you have. just faster. and stronger. hpop injectors, head studs. main studs. thats what i would do. and you could do alot of cool things to your engine before you would get near half the price of a reman from ford.
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is your truck 4x4. if you decide to sell or part out lmk tho. i could use some stuff.
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is your truck 4x4. if you decide to sell or part out lmk tho. i could use some stuff.
The truck is 2wd and I've decided to keep her. sorry
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