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Old 11-22-2009, 01:56 AM
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engine size?

is the size of the engine stamped into the block? if so where is it
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No it is not. If you are referring to the 352 on the FE block it is a foundry stamp in the mold of all of the FEs.




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And if it's stamped with that 352 stamping, you'll have to measure the stroke to find out what size motor it is.
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But, on the bright side, the distributor is on the right end of the engine! Very nice for those of us with lower back pain.
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You can identify it by the vin code. If you are referring to your 1967 turck the first part of the vin will read F25 meaning that it is an F250 with 2WD F26 is an F250 with 4WD. The next letter i.d.'s the engine size which will most likely read as a "Y" which makes it a 352 if it is the stock motor.
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I think the vin is a good indication if you think the truck hasn't been messed with (or changed), but measuring stroke is a reasonably accurate determination. Obviously crank casting numbers are supposed to be the definitive measure... Check prior threads with me as author, numberdummy or instig8r63 (if I remember right) laid out the different sizes based on stroke...

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Stroke: 352/360 = 3.50" // 390 = 3.78"
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it came with a 352 but a 390 was put in it iguess thanks for the help
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