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Old 09-09-2013, 10:50 AM
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Question F700 330 cu in replacement engine

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1973 330 cu in engine replacement needed internet keeps sending me in circles anyone know where i can get one?
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What is wrong with your 330? You might be better off rebuilding it yourself.

Do you have the HD or the MD version? (larger crank snout on the HD)

Used or reman 330s--googled it:

http://www.nexttruckonline.com/searc...del=All-Models

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Searching is a pita because you mostly come up with late model 5.4 OHC motors, as those are 330 CI as well.

IF you have a MD, medium duty, it might be easier to sub in an FE motor. If you have an HD, you may still be able to sub in a larger FT like the 361 or 391, although those are usually harder to find than the 330.
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What is wrong with your 330? You might be better off rebuilding it yourself.

Do you have the H/D or the MD version? (larger crank snout on the HD)

Used or reman 330s--googled it:

http://www.nexttruckonline.com/searc...del=All-Models

Overhaul kits:

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Searching is a pita because you mostly come up with late model 5.4 OHC motors, as those are 330 CI as well.

IF you have a MD, medium duty, it might be easier to sub in an FE motor. If you have an H/D, you may still be able to sub in a larger FT like the 361 or 391, although those are usually harder to find than the 330.
Ed, it's a 330 2V H/D FT engine.

OP has typed three different threads on this topic, at least one has the VIN: F60DVS01693 and as you can see, it's an F600, not an F700.

330 2V H/D uses the same crank as the 361. 330 2V M/D uses the same crank as the 352/360 FE engine.

330 2V H/D uses the same flywheel as the 361 and 391 4V. 330 2V M/D uses a differernt flywheel, it's not the same as any FE engine.

Jack Wolf: FT engines (330 2V M/D - 330 2V H/D - 361 2V [and 1974/78 361 4V] - 391 4V) installed in 1964/78 500 series and larger trucks.
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What is wrong with your 330? You might be better off rebuilding it yourself.

Do you have the HD or the MD version? (larger crank snout on the HD)

Used or reman 330s--googled it:

http://www.nexttruckonline.com/searc...del=All-Models

Overhaul kits:

FORD ENGINE PARTS

Searching is a pita because you mostly come up with late model 5.4 OHC motors, as those are 330 CI as well.

IF you have a MD, medium duty, it might be easier to sub in an FE motor. If you have an HD, you may still be able to sub in a larger FT like the 361 or 391, although those are usually harder to find than the 330.
Thanks do the bell housing of the 361, 391 FT have the same bolt pattern as 330 and can a newer model than a 1973 be used
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Thanks do the bell housing of the 361, 391 FT have the same bolt pattern as 330 and can a newer model than a 1973 be used
Did'ja read post 63?

1964/78 FT engines: Two different bell housings are listed. One is marked with ID number C4TA-7505-G while the other is marked C4TA-7505-C or -F or -J

Look at your bell housing for its ID number, post what it is, I'll give you its applications.

btw: I'm the only FTE member that has Ford truck parts catalogs for 500 series and larger trucks and I'm 69 today .. so I may be an older phart than you are!
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Thanks do the bell housing of the 361, 391 FT have the same bolt pattern as 330 and can a newer model than a 1973 be used
They do have the same pattern, but as noted in prior post, two different bells were used. Who knows what the difference was? Might be a deal killer, might not.

My guess is the difference has something to do with the clutch or mounting, not bolting to the engine.
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Bell housing depends on which trans the truck has.

Jack Wolf: TRANS code listed on the 2nd line of the Warranty Plate, located either on the inside of the glove box door or on the left door face below the latch.
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If it's the trans, shouldn't his existing bell bolt up to any FT motor?
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If it's the trans, shouldn't his existing bell bolt up to any FT motor?
If that were the case, why would Ford list two different bell housings?
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Bell to trans might be different. (like a Clark vs. a NP435 for example) Bell to engine the same. What about clutch differences, hydraulic vs. mechanical? OP needs to look see what he has, but my guess is nothing is going to change from the bell back and any FT HD will bolt up.
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Did'ja read post 63?

1964/78 FT engines: Two different bell housings are listed. One is marked with ID number C4TA-7505-G while the other is marked C4TA-7505-C or -F or -J

Look at your bell housing for its ID number, post what it is, I'll give you its applications.

btw: I'm the only FTE member that has Ford truck parts catalogs for 500 series and larger trucks and I'm 69 today .. so I may be an older phart than you are!

having rough time figuring out how to do things on his site thanks for your help jack Wolf
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Please decode, just picked this dump truck up for use around the farm..

1973 F600

F61DCR630065

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Please decode, just picked this dump truck up for use around the farm..

1973 F600 / F61DCR630065
F61 = F600 2WD (gas).

D = 330 2V Heavy Duty FT engine.

C = Oakville Ontario Canada Truck Assembly Plant.

R630065 = 1973.

For more info, post all the codes stamped on the Warranty Plate, located on the left door face below the latch, or on the inside of the glovebox door.
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