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  1. Mudslinger72315
    12-17-2013 04:54 PM - permalink
    Mudslinger72315
    Ty for the reps. Sorry for the slow reply, I just saw where you did this.
  2. Cowboydually95
    10-18-2012 07:41 PM - permalink
    Cowboydually95
    bulldawg if you ever want to sell the 1990 dually i need itfor parts leme know 2297263849
  3. Midwest Dually
    06-23-2012 11:22 AM - permalink
    Midwest Dually
    I got a message sent to you.. I hope it helps! If not, drop me a message!
  4. Redneck1465
    06-20-2012 02:04 PM - permalink
    Redneck1465
    I am doing the same swap that you did except I am putting the F250 D50 into an F150. Were you able to use the holes in the back of the engine crossmember for the TTB to bolt to or did you have to drill out other holes? My F150 has two rivets that hold the front 2wd suspension on and they look like they are the exact same size as the bolt holes for the TTB when I put the bolts up to them. Just thought I would ask. I would appreciate any help I could get.
  5. Midwest Dually
    05-21-2012 09:43 AM - permalink
    Midwest Dually
    I would definitely think the engine swap is a little more difficult then the axle swap only because of the year differences in wiring. If they were about the same year in year, it would be closer, but pulling the dash apart, wiring in the dash and components is where the challenge is. The frame work for the 4x4 conversion is a little labor intensive, but can be managed fairly quickly! Thanks for the thumbs up!
  6. Bulldawg1081
    05-21-2012 12:56 AM - permalink
    Bulldawg1081
    hey youve done a wonderful job on your truck and youve inspired me! i have a really clean 1990 f350 4x4 with the 7.3idi and a 5spd but the engine is shot. ive also got a clean 1997 f250 2wd powerstroke but like i said its 2wd lol andways ive pondered the thought of maybe pulling the powerstroke out of the '97 and putting it in the '90 but i hear thats a wiring nightmare so now im debating pulling the d60 out of the '90 and converting the '97 to 4x4..which would be less work do you think?
  7. Midwest Dually
    02-07-2012 12:17 AM - permalink
    Midwest Dually
    I am not sure what parts will cross with a Duramax or any other "Non-Ford" components.. I am an "All Ford Fan" so I can't help there!
  8. Midwest Dually
    02-07-2012 12:16 AM - permalink
    Midwest Dually
    Conradyclan: For engine/transmissions to stay clear of, that is a lot like opinions, LOL.. Everyone may offer something different. From my experience, I am and will be staying away from all E4OD's. They are an electronic and modulated transmission which makes it easy to succumb to failure. They also do not handle the torque and power a Powerstroke will put out for very long. If you wanted to stay automatic, BTS transmissions are really the way to go. They will last as long as the engines.
    Engines, in mid 94, the first Powerstroke came out, the Direct Injection Turbo model. These are the reliable and solid engines everyone craves! Pre 94 1/2, were the IDI (InDirect Injection models) which the used mechanical fuel delivery system and did not have the "mexican hat" piston design. Some will say that this engine is reliable and great, and others prefer the DIT Powerstroke. Its your choice! I love the PS myself, LOL! Is the 92 F-250 worth it? Depends on what they are asking!
  9. Conradyclan
    02-06-2012 11:36 PM - permalink
    Conradyclan
    Follow-up to that last post: that engine in the donor truck is a 7.3 IDI. Heard the weak link with those is the head gasket. Avoid that engine? Could I still use the turbo parts on a Duramax?
    Chris
  10. Conradyclan
    02-06-2012 11:26 PM - permalink
    Conradyclan
    Loved reading about your project! Great descriptions and pics! I'm starting a similar journey in the near future - just acquired a 1990 F350 Dually 351 auto 2WD.
    My dream is to basically do the same thing you did with the exception of keeping it an automatic (for now): want to swap current setup for a turbo diesel with auto trans and 4x4
    I have a couple of newbie questions if you don't mind.
    Is there an engine and/or tranny to steer clear of? Is there a pairing I SHOULD be looking for? Any specific years to avoid?
    Possible donor:"1992 Ford F250 Supercab XLT 4x4 7.3 Turbo Diesel, A/T with Overdrive, ENGINE TOOK A CRAP, not running. 4x4 works great, Locking Hubs." Worth it?
    Thanks for all the help so far - just in posting all the descriptions and photos!
    Chris
    Vancouver, WA

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  • About Midwest Dually
    Biography
    Horse Rancher
    Location
    Wyoming
    Interests
    Arizona Chapter Member
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    WY
    Country
    USA
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-350
    Year
    1994
    Current Mileage
    100,000 - 124,999
    Miles per year
    10,000 - 14,999
    Ride
    1994 F-350 Crew Cab
    Engine type and displacement
    7.3 DIT Powerstroke
    Induction
    Turbo
    Major modifications
    in repair
    Tranny type
    Automatic
    Tires
    Street Radials
  • Signature
    - Chris -

    1994 F-350 CC Dually : DRW 4x4 XLT, 97 7.3 DIT conversion, tuned, open pipe and modded!.
    http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/94...p-started.html
    2010 F-250 CC SRW 6.4PS: 6.4 Powerstroke, 3" lift, Ranch hand F+R Bumpers and guards, ARE Topper, PIAA Off road lighting, more to come!

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