Date: Mon, 17 Mar 1997 09:32:26 -0500 (EST) To: fordtrucks-digestlofcom.com
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Volume 97 Number 0023 fordtrucks Digest

Today's Topics:

Re: Voting Results
Light Truck Accident %
Re: Light Truck Accident %
Re: Light Truck Accident %
Re: Ford ranger
460 or 351W
Re: Ford ranger
Re: 460 or 351W
Re: Ford ranger
Re: Ford ranger
Re: Ford ranger
ring and pinion swap - forwarded from another member
ring and pinion swap
Re: Light Truck Accident %
98 model body styles
Re: 98 model body styles
Re: 1984 Bronco
RE: 460 or 351W
FAQ on-line and new subscribe form
78 Ford Truck added to pictorial (from member)
RE: 460 or 351W > Oops
f150 8.8 rear axle
Re: f150 8.8 rear axle
Tinting
Re: Ford ranger
Re: 460 or 351W
Re: 1984 Bronco
f150 rear axle
Re: Ford ranger
Re: Ford ranger


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>From nfinneyearthlink.net Sun Mar 16 02:46:35 1997 From: Nick Finney Subject: Re: Voting Results
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

Jim wrote:
Hi Guys!
Well I just wanted to say hi to everyone, Does anyone live in So. Cal.
> (I'm in Rancho Cucamonga). I just heard from Rick Larson. What a cool Bro!

Hey Jim, I live in Costa Mesa, Orange County.

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nfinneyearthlink.net

69 F100 390 FE
Formerly:
66 Ford Mustang FASTback 289.

First On Race Day!


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>From nfinneyearthlink.net Sun Mar 16 02:51:14 1997 From: Nick Finney Subject: Light Truck Accident %
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

Was in the bookstore last week and I was reading a book with some data for National Percenatges of traffic accidents by vehicle, the F-100 was at the alltime top of the list for domestic light trucks. :-(

--
Nick Finney
nfinneyearthlink.net

69 F100 390 FE
Formerly:
66 Ford Mustang FASTback 289.

First On Race Day!


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>From jstrigasworldnet.att.net Sun Mar 16 03:35:46 1997 From: "Jim" Subject: Re: Light Truck Accident %
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

Maybe, but that's because Fords are on the road so much more, and so much longer! Can't get in a accident, if it's up on a rack! :)

Jim Strigas jstrigasworldnet.att.net
"73" Ford F100 (piece a %*&#^ Love it, I Just Love it!) "89" Ford Aerostar (a Frameless Hussy, But a good ol Gal.) "83" Yamaha XJ900RK (Best Gift of my life! From my best friends! RSCL) "86" Honda GoldWing GL1200 (OK, this part goes here, and this... this... I think goes on the truck.)

Be Cool Daddy-O {B-)>


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> From: Nick Finney
> To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com
> Subject: Light Truck Accident %
> Date: Saturday, March 15, 1997 11:51 PM
>
> Was in the bookstore last week and I was reading a book with some data
> for National Percenatges of traffic accidents by vehicle, the F-100 was
> at the alltime top of the list for domestic light trucks. :-(
>
> --
> Nick Finney
> nfinneyearthlink.net
>
> 69 F100 390 FE
> Formerly:
> 66 Ford Mustang FASTback 289.
>
> First On Race Day!
>
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>From kpaynemindspring.com Sun Mar 16 11:30:48 1997 From: Ken Payne Subject: Re: Light Truck Accident %
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

At 02:51 AM 3/16/97 -0500, you wrote:
>Was in the bookstore last week and I was reading a book with some data
>for National Percenatges of traffic accidents by vehicle, the F-100 was
>at the alltime top of the list for domestic light trucks. :-(
>

It only makes sense since the F100 was the #1 vehicle in sales too.
If it were number #3 in sales and #1 in accidents then I'd be worried!


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>From chrisdeastky.com Sun Mar 16 13:14:56 1997 From: Chris Daniels Subject: Re: Ford ranger
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

Chris Daniels wrote:
>
> COuld someone tell me what would be the largest engine that could be put
> into an 83 FORD RANGER? Thanks


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>From bubmrtnjane.penn.com Sun Mar 16 14:54:50 1997 From: Jonathan Martin Subject: 460 or 351W
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

HI! I am considering buying a 460 with an automatic trans to put in a two wheel drive '77 F150 for $500. The 460 only has around 1,000 miles on it. The truck currently has a 351W that needs rebuilt. Can anyone offer any advice? and does anyone know what the gas milage would be with the 460. It has a four barrel intake I would have to buy a carb for it.


Jonathan Martin
bubmrtnpenn.com
'77 F150


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>From jayvanvteleport.com Sun Mar 16 14:55:48 1997 From: "jayvanvteleport.com" Subject: Re: Ford ranger
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

On Sun, 16 Mar 1997, Chris Daniels wrote:

> Chris Daniels wrote:
> >=20
> > COuld someone tell me what would be the largest engine that could be pu= t
> > into an 83 FORD RANGER? Thanks
Well, You could put a Blown 460 in there, but you would have to do alot of cutting and new suspension and stuff. Heh..=20


Sorry, couldn't resist... I would think a 302-351 would probably fit in there with some fabrication/trimming/tranny upgrade and heavier rear end..= =20

=2E.Jay



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>From chrisdeastky.com Sun Mar 16 14:59:09 1997 From: Chris Daniels Subject: Re: 460 or 351W
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

Jonathan Martin wrote:
>
> HI! I am considering buying a 460 with an automatic trans to put in a
> two wheel drive '77 F150 for $500. The 460 only has around 1,000 miles
> on it. The truck currently has a 351W that needs rebuilt. Can anyone
> offer any advice? and does anyone know what the gas milage would be with
> the 460. It has a four barrel intake I would have to buy a carb for it.
>
>
> Jonathan Martin
> bubmrtnpenn.com
> '77 F150
>
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> Comments and suggestions are welcome, use: kpaynemindspring.comI don't know the answer but since your the first one that I have heard from could you tell me what is the biggest engine the would fit in a 83 FORD RANGER.


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>From kpaynemindspring.com Sun Mar 16 15:00:23 1997 From: Ken Payne Subject: Re: Ford ranger
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

At 01:14 PM 3/16/97 -0500, you wrote:
>Chris Daniels wrote:
>>
>> COuld someone tell me what would be the largest engine that could be put
>> into an 83 FORD RANGER? Thanks
>

Largest or largest practical? A 302 shouldn't be too difficult.
I'd suspect you'll run into fender clearance problems with anything bigger. A 302 would give more than enough "ummmph" to a Ranger.

-Ken Payne
1967 Ford F100 Custom Cab, 390 FE V8
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>From chrisdeastky.com Sun Mar 16 15:02:10 1997 From: Chris Daniels Subject: Re: Ford ranger
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

jayvanvteleport.com wrote:
>
> On Sun, 16 Mar 1997, Chris Daniels wrote:
>
> > Chris Daniels wrote:
> > >
> > > COuld someone tell me what would be the largest engine that could be put
> > > into an 83 FORD RANGER? Thanks
> Well, You could put a Blown 460 in there, but you would have to do alot of
> cutting and new suspension and stuff. Heh..
>
> Sorry, couldn't resist... I would think a 302-351 would probably fit in
> there with some fabrication/trimming/tranny upgrade and heavier rear end..
>
> ..Jay
>
> >
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>From chrisdeastky.com Sun Mar 16 15:06:50 1997 From: Chris Daniels Subject: Re: Ford ranger
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

Ken Payne wrote:
>
> At 01:14 PM 3/16/97 -0500, you wrote:
> >Chris Daniels wrote:
> >>
> >> COuld someone tell me what would be the largest engine that could be put
> >> into an 83 FORD RANGER? Thanks
> >
>
> Largest or largest practical? A 302 shouldn't be too difficult.
> I'd suspect you'll run into fender clearance problems with anything
> bigger. A 302 would give more than enough "ummmph" to a Ranger.
>
> -Ken Payne
> 1967 Ford F100 Custom Cab, 390 FE V8
> List maintainer, send me comments and suggestions.
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>From kpaynemindspring.com Sun Mar 16 15:47:30 1997 From: Ken Payne Subject: ring and pinion swap - forwarded from another member To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

Return-Path: historyhunter10912www1.utech.net Date: Sun, 16 Mar 1997 12:44:34 -0800
From: "Donald J. Prichard" To: kpaynemindspring.com
Subject: ring and pinion swap
X-URL: http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.mindspring.com/~fordtrucks/index.htm

Hi Ken, I'm not home right now and don't have the list email address.
could you forward this to the list!

1994 f150 300
Trying to find out what the spur gear is between the ring gear and the carrier, and the associated sensor that comes in the top of the pumpkin.
we don't want to go any farther until we figure this out.

I'm now at the address --> historyhunterutech.net

my home address nathan.ivenusa.net

thanks,
nate

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>From canzustechline.com Sun Mar 16 16:03:05 1997 From: Steve & Rockette Subject: Re: Light Truck Accident %
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

At 02:51 AM 3/16/97 -0500, you wrote:
>Was in the bookstore last week and I was reading a book with some data
>for National Percenatges of traffic accidents by vehicle, the F-100 was
>at the alltime top of the list for domestic light trucks. :-(
>

A more sensible way to look at the infomation is to take the number of trucks on the road, multiplied by miles driven, devided by the number of accidents. The total for each manufacturer is probably very close.
An easier way to get a better grip on the statistics is go to your nearest wrecking yard and look at the trucks, figure out why they are there.
I have seen more wrecked C-words than Fords.

Steve & Rockette...Lifes a beach
'57 F100 Shorty
'63 F100 Longbox



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>From joehhbscomputers.com Sun Mar 16 16:23:39 1997 From: "Joe Harrington HBS Computers, Inc" Subject: 98 model body styles
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

Hello to the list.


Does anyone know if the 98 model year F-250's will be the new body style. If not, what year will the new style emerge.

thanks in advanc


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>From kpaynemindspring.com Sun Mar 16 16:34:02 1997 From: Ken Payne Subject: Re: 98 model body styles
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

At 04:23 PM 3/16/97 -0500, you wrote:
>Hello to the list.
>
>
>Does anyone know if the 98 model year F-250's will be the new body style. If
>not, what year will the new style emerge.
>
>thanks in advanc
>
>
Don't know this for a fact but this was discussed about a month ago and if I recall correctly the F250 will receive the new body style for 98. It may be in the Feb archives (on the web site).



-Ken Payne
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>From st0478student-mail.jsu.edu Sun Mar 16 17:04:45 1997 From: RL
Subject: Re: 1984 Bronco
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

Hi, I just joined the list and my name is Ryan. Anyway I wanted to ask this question about 84 Broncos. We used to have one but sadly it burned because of carb problems. My dad bought it new from the dealer in VA. And always had problems with the engine(mostly carb). Were the 84s ever recalled because of this or did ford just sweep it under the carpet?
I had been wondering for some time and thought someone one here might now.
I own a 71 F100 and a 71 Torino. thanks, Ryan






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>From rcollinsmicron.net Sun Mar 16 17:47:52 1997 From: Randy Collins Subject: RE: 460 or 351W
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

Jonathan,

Your swap shouldn't be to tough. =20
You will need the 460 two piece truck motor mounts. =20 If you plan on using an automatic you will need a transmission housing = from one of the following vehicles: 351M 400M or another 460. Also = watch out for the proper length of tail-shaft on the automatic. You = will also need an automatic style flywheel from a 460. If you need = information for using the 4 speed transmission let me know and I will = consult my books. =20
Any post 1975 distributor will plug right in the electronic module. =20

Randy Collins
P.S. I have an extra set of the motor mounts you will need. Also let = me know if you run into a snag I have lots of extra parts for mid 70's = trucks. =20

HI! I am considering buying a 460 with an automatic trans to put in a two wheel drive '77 F150 for $500. The 460 only has around 1,000 miles on it. The truck currently has a 351W that needs rebuilt. Can anyone offer any advice? and does anyone know what the gas milage would be with the 460. It has a four barrel intake I would have to buy a carb for it.

=20
Jonathan Martin=09
bubmrtnpenn.com=09
'77 F150




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>From kpaynemindspring.com Sun Mar 16 19:50:43 1997 From: Ken Payne Subject: FAQ on-line and new subscribe form To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

The FAQ is now on line (http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://www.mindspring.com/~fordtrucks).
In addition, the subscribe/unsubscribe page has been updated.
You can now use the page to subscribe instead of just unsubscribing.
You used to have to follow an additional link to subscribe.
The subscribe form lets you fill in your name in addition to your email address. If you have anything you want to add to the FAQ, let me know.

Thanks,


-Ken Payne
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List maintainer, send me comments and suggestions.
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>From kpaynemindspring.com Sun Mar 16 20:08:38 1997 From: Ken Payne Subject: 78 Ford Truck added to pictorial (from member) To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

BigBlu4x4aol.com sent me a nice picture of his 78 4x4 F150. Its now on the web site in the pictorial. Check it out, its a beauty.





-Ken Payne
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>From rcollinsmicron.net Sun Mar 16 22:42:48 1997 From: Randy Collins Subject: RE: 460 or 351W > Oops
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

Oops! =20
I said that any distributor would work. I meant to say that any post = 1975 electronic distributor from a 351M 400 or 460 will work. =20

Randy

Jonathan,

Your swap shouldn't be to tough. =20
You will need the 460 two piece truck motor mounts. =20 If you plan on using an automatic you will need a transmission housing = from one of the following vehicles: 351M 400M or another 460. Also = watch out for the proper length of tail-shaft on the automatic. You = will also need an automatic style flywheel from a 460. If you need = information for using the 4 speed transmission let me know and I will = consult my books. =20
Any post 1975 distributor will plug right in the electronic module. =20

Randy Collins
P.S. I have an extra set of the motor mounts you will need. Also let = me know if you run into a snag I have lots of extra parts for mid 70's = trucks. =20

HI! I am considering buying a 460 with an automatic trans to put in a two wheel drive '77 F150 for $500. The 460 only has around 1,000 miles on it. The truck currently has a 351W that needs rebuilt. Can anyone offer any advice? and does anyone know what the gas milage would be with the 460. It has a four barrel intake I would have to buy a carb for it.

=20
Jonathan Martin=09
bubmrtnpenn.com=09
'77 F150




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>From nli10967www1.utech.net Sun Mar 16 23:56:14 1997 From: "Nathan L. Iven"
Subject: f150 8.8 rear axle
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

I sent out some SOS emails today, don't know if any of them made it to the list.
I'm currently doing the swap from a 3.08 to 3.55 and was confused when I opened it up today. Right behind the ring gear is a spur gear(?). It doesn't engage anything, but there is a sensor (magnetic?) coming in from the top/front of the pumpkin, directly on top of it. I can't figure it out.
I did however figure out the programable speedo problem and got it set right! Thanks for the help!
Oh yeah, one more question, Can I reuse the differential pinion shaft lockpin?. It doesn't look like it was a soft thread and it's gonna be loctited?


Nathan L. Iven
321 E. Inger Dr #40
Santa Maria, CA 93454
805-348-1986
nathan.ivenusa.net


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>From barrerols.com Mon Mar 17 00:10:36 1997 From: "Bruce A. Ramirez" Subject: Re: f150 8.8 rear axle
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com


Nathan L. Iven wrote: 

I sent out some SOS emails today, don't know if any of them made it to the
list.
I'm currently doing the swap from a 3.08 to 3.55 and was confused when I
opened it up today. Right behind the ring gear is a spur gear(?). It doesn't engage anything, but there is a sensor (magnetic?) coming in from the top/front of the pumpkin, directly on top of it. I can't figure it out.
I did however figure out the programable speedo problem and got it set right! Thanks for the help!
Oh yeah, one more question, Can I reuse the differential pinion shaft lockpin?. It doesn't look like it was a soft thread and it's gonna be loctited?

Nathan L. Iven
321 E. Inger Dr #40
Santa Maria, CA 93454
805-348-1986
nathan.ivenusa.net

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 That magnetic sensor is for the antilock brakes.
Bruce Ramirez
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94 E250







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>From SubscribeMeTheOffice.Net Mon Mar 17 00:51:23 1997 From: Eddie Torres Subject: Tinting
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

I am going to get my Ranger windows tinted, but cannot decide which tint.
Several people I talked to said the 5%, (I guess right above limo tint), would be dark enough. Others however, said go for the limo tint. What do you think? And how much will the tint itself cost, on average? How much should I pay someone to do it? And, if I choose to do it myself, any hints?

TIA




1997 Ford Ranger XLT
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>From nfinneyearthlink.net Mon Mar 17 01:51:34 1997 From: Nick Finney Subject: Re: Ford ranger
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

Chris Daniels wrote:
>
> Chris Daniels wrote:
> >
> > COuld someone tell me what would be the largest engine that could be put
> > into an 83 FORD RANGER? Thanks

Does the term "Jet Assist Takeoff" Unit mean anything to you?

--
Nick Finney
nfinneyearthlink.net

69 F100 390 FE
Formerly:
66 Ford Mustang FASTback 289.

First On Race Day!


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>From nfinneyearthlink.net Mon Mar 17 02:00:39 1997 From: Nick Finney Subject: Re: 460 or 351W
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

Jonathan Martin wrote:
>
> HI! I am considering buying a 460 with an automatic trans to put in a
> two wheel drive '77 F150 for $500. The 460 only has around 1,000 miles
> on it. The truck currently has a 351W that needs rebuilt. Can anyone
> offer any advice? and does anyone know what the gas milage would be with
> the 460. It has a four barrel intake I would have to buy a carb for it.
>
>
> Jonathan Martin
> bubmrtnpenn.com
> '77 F150

Depending on your driving style and driveline gear ratio you will probably get 8 - 14 mpg.


--
Nick Finney
nfinneyearthlink.net

69 F100 390 FE
Formerly:
66 Ford Mustang FASTback 289.

First On Race Day!


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>From nfinneyearthlink.net Mon Mar 17 02:10:36 1997 From: Nick Finney Subject: Re: 1984 Bronco
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

RL wrote:
>
> Hi, I just joined the list and my name is Ryan. Anyway I wanted to ask
> this question about 84 Broncos. We used to have one but sadly it burned
> because of carb problems. My dad bought it new from the dealer in VA. And
> always had problems with the engine(mostly carb). Were the 84s ever
> recalled because of this or did ford just sweep it under the carpet?
> I had been wondering for some time and thought someone one here might now.
> I own a 71 F100 and a 71 Torino. thanks, Ryan

This information was posted from www.alldata.com.

Bulletins for 1984 Ford Truck Bronco Full Size V8-302 5.0L

Safety Recalls

TSB Number Issue Date TSB Title
1. 477S MAR 84 Identification of Vehicles Requiring Final "D-Ring" Attachment
2. 480840201 FEB 84 For Inspection and, If Necessary, Correction of the Fuel Pump H

Thats all!

--
Nick Finney
nfinneyearthlink.net

69 F100 390 FE
Formerly:
66 Ford Mustang FASTback 289.

First On Race Day!


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>From nli10967www1.utech.net Mon Mar 17 02:17:50 1997 From: "Nathan L. Iven"
Subject: f150 rear axle
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

The answer to my ? was in one of the previously posted emails. That mysterious gear is the speedo sensor. The picture is becoming much clearer now. Some of us are just slow learners!

Nathan L. Iven
321 E. Inger Dr #40
Santa Maria, CA 93454
805-348-1986
nathan.ivenusa.net


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>From silent.bobjuno.com Mon Mar 17 09:31:19 1997 From: silent.bobjuno.com
Subject: Re: Ford ranger

To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

>the reason I want more power is becuase I'm painting it Orange and
>putting a confedarate flag ontop like the general Lee if though it was
>a
>Dodge. It has a 4-cylinder in it now and that wouldn't match the look
>
>that I'm wanting.
>

Well if you going to do that, just put a super charger in it, and some glass pax :) That should give you a little more power and a lot more sound.

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>From silent.bobjuno.com Mon Mar 17 09:31:34 1997 From: silent.bobjuno.com
Subject: Re: Ford ranger
To: FORDTRUCKSlofcom.com

On Sun, 16 Mar 1997 15:00:23 -0500 (EST) Ken Payne writes:
>At 01:14 PM 3/16/97 -0500, you wrote:
>>Chris Daniels wrote:
>>>
>>> COuld someone tell me what would be the largest engine that could
>be put
>>> into an 83 FORD RANGER? Thanks
>>
>
>Largest or largest practical? A 302 shouldn't be too difficult.
>I'd suspect you'll run into fender clearance problems with anything
>bigger. A 302 would give more than enough "ummmph" to a Ranger.
>


I have seen people put 351's in their Rangers. Its a tight fit, but it can be done. A 302 is just the right size to light up your tires though. Look in Fords, SVO cat.

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