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I joined back in July, just got around to posting this, sorry! I bought a 2011 F350 Lariat SRW Crew Cab with the 8' bed. I traded a Jeep Grand Cherokee and I've never been happier!!
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PS Pmp & mount FROM 92+ E-series van 302/351W

Been awhile since I've been on the site (then under another name) anyway can't figure out HOW to connect with NUMBERDUMMY (Bill) he has helped me before.
ANYWAY:
I need the Power Steering PUMP & Factory mount from I'm told a 1992 + E series van with a 302/351
I'm converting my 5.0 in 1965 F100 to power steering.
IF Mr. NUMBERDUMMY reads this or someone can forward to him would be appreciated.
I NEED the parts BUT just the info would help:
I NEED
PART NUMBER of the PS bracket/mount & EVERY year & product it was used on
PART NUMBER of the PS PUMP & EVERY year & product it was used on.
Hopefully to narrow down my search in junk yard.
ANY help appreciated.
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F350 6.4

Can I use a Cold air intake and 6" lift kit from a 2006 F350 and put them on my 2008 F350
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I'm new to the site but not new to the love/ hate for a 6.0
I stumbled upon this site looking for info to an issue I'm having with my Dually. Seems like this may be the place to find what I'm looking for.
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I've lurked here for years; and finally decided to join after getting my '15, F-250. Have owned a succession of F-150, F-250, & Superduty F250, & F350 over the years. Didn't feel the need to join, because I was always able to find answers to my questions just by scrolling through the forums with their wealth of info, and informed opinions.
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Just bought a 99 F250-SD Powerstroke 7.3

Howdy folks!

After lurking around here and reading all I can about the issues of the 7.3 Powerstroke diesel, I decided to take a chance on buying a high-mileage F250-SD. This baby has 291K miles. It's been well used, scratches and little dents. It's setup for a gooseneck and has a vented aluminum notched goosneck tailgate. I have no history on it, but the vanes of the turbo were clean, the coolant checked well for nitrates (1.7ppm) and it seems to be in generally good mechanical condition. I paid $4700 out the door.

I knew there were some front end issues, there was a bunch of center play in the steering and the passenger side tire had severe outside edge wear. It still drove really well except for the center play in the steering. I don't know what a diesel is supposed to pull like empty but it certainly seemed way more powerful than my 1985 F250 with a 5.0L straight six. No smoke out the exhaust when idling and I didn't notice any when nailing the pedal on the test drive.

My son-in-law is a partner in an automotive shop and are replacing the passenger tie rod end and center link plus new four new tires to the tune of $1200, so now I'm up to $5900. The truck will be used mostly on a farm moving building materials and equipment. I hope it serves me well and isn't a money pit!

Thanks for the good info in the forum!
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Angry Newbie with '06 350 crewcab full bed

Howdy all, names Zach, just bought a used 2006 F350 105k on it from a used place and its my first diesel vehicle. Have had it all of 1 month, put ~200 miles on it and my check engine light has already come on . Hoping that I didn't get one of those that is a problem child. Will be posting elsewhere for some help on it once my buddy comes over and gives it a scan and I can pull some codes. Hoping its just something stupid and easily fixed as I want this vehicle to last me the next 10-15 years. Cheers and hope to be an avid member of this forum!

Zach

For those of you wanting to look at thread I created for this issue and updates as I make them here is link http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/13...t-came-on.html

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