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Old 03-19-2010, 05:06 PM
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1948 ford truck engine question

I have a 1948 ford flathead straight 6 engine in a ford 8n tractor it was called a funk conversion. I'm looking for information on what the engine is. I'm trying to find a water pump for it. thanks for any help.
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Mac may have some info on his site.

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Could it be the 6 cylinder 226?
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Can you find a cast part number on the head - should be something like 7HA 6050
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I see 0HA6050 on one, 7HA6050-C2 on another.
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I see 0HA6050 on one, 7HA6050-C2 on another.
I don't know the 6's very well, but following Ford's quirks I'd say you have a '50 and a '48/49. The C2 suffix is a designation for running changes Ford made to the original design in 1947.

Back then, the first letter is usually the date casting started on that design and continues for several years until a significant change is made that requires a new code.

The significant detail is the H that identified the version of 6 cyl as 48-51. Prior to 48 the 6 cyl was the G model.
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226 waterpump.

If this is the water pump you're looking for there are characters & numbers on the body:
119612,
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