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  1. Kemicalburns
    11-12-2014 02:22 PM - permalink
    4 speed manual box?
  2. BartKnox
    11-10-2014 07:18 PM - permalink
    I got the same bronco as you with a carb 460 you no what I need to put a farmer 4 in it
  3. ManfredVonRichtofen
    01-09-2014 03:24 PM - permalink
    That's me. I'm trying to sell my zf5. I'm backing out of the zf5 swap for now. Thanks though man
  4. jssblues
    01-30-2012 05:44 PM - permalink
    I was referred to you for a question ....I got an AOD tranny with bw1356 in my 89 bronco and am trying to figure out how to get the 4wd indicator lights to work...bronco had electric shift but got swapped for manual so lights don't work...any info would be greatly appreciated..
  5. Kemicalburns
    09-15-2011 09:16 AM - permalink
    yea i cant post either, but feel free to email me what you have. travisitguy@yahoo.com
    09-14-2011 07:11 PM - permalink
    Hi This is Barry. I am the one that has questions about headers. I am new here and dont know how to post some pictures. Can I send you some so you can take a look. Thanks.
  7. Kemicalburns
    02-25-2011 08:22 PM - permalink
    i love the 300-6. its an outstanding motor and a real work horse. how do you use the truck? tow,offroad? what size tires and gearing in the diffs. what tranny?

    you might find a wrecking yard 300-6 pretty cheap to just do a strait over swap. anything under 150k miles would be a good bet.
  8. dldishner
    02-25-2011 09:48 AM - permalink
    The 300 is in need of some serious work and I have a wrecked donor truck that has a 351W in it. I still haven't decided whether it would be best to get the 300 rebuilt or utilize the 351W.
  9. Kemicalburns
    02-24-2011 05:26 PM - permalink
    I do not have a step by step. but the swap has been done by many in both the bronco and truck forums. Best advice is to have a complete efi 5.8 from 92-95 F150/250/350. Also make sure you have the proper flexplate/flywheel. the 300-6 flexplate/flywheel will not work on the 5.8. you will also need the complete v8 wiring harness and computer. this computer should match what tranny you have.
    Just curious, why are you getting rid of the 300? its an awesome engine that is often misunderstood. it will outlive most any V8 and is a work horse.
  10. dldishner
    02-24-2011 03:12 PM - permalink
    I've seen some posts where you reference performing a swap from a 300 to a 351W. I was wondering if you have a detailed walkthrough of the steps. I will be making the swap on a 92 f250 soon and would like to know what to watch out for. Thanks in advance.

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