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Old 01-21-2004, 10:42 PM
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339,000 from an 86 bronco i bought from my bro in law, when i replaced the leaky block with a new one. I sold that old block to my shop,dura bond for head and block specs. when they tore the valve cover off, and i saw the muck underneath, i was suprised it still ran. thats when i decided i wont even let my brother in law, change the air in my tires!
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Old 01-22-2004, 03:19 PM
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Bronco had 165,000 when the wife overheated it... still ran for 3 months with the mains knocking though. Got a motor in it from an econoline van now, salvage yard motor, not sure how many miles it had on it when I got it but I'm at 179 now total and running great. My 95 has 145 on it and runs good, just blows the valve cover gasket in the back every time I run it at 85+ mph on the interstate for long periods... especially if I'm towing something. Must have some blow-by coming from somewhere. That sure is a pain to change on an EFI engine.
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Old 01-25-2004, 12:33 PM
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Bought it new in sept 1984,400000 miles plus ----original engine cept at 250000 had the oil pump go out --got luckey turned my distributor saved the engine- its on the 2nd carb 2nd radiator 2nd starter( replaced recently)This truck still has power .TR
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Old 01-25-2004, 03:47 PM
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i have have a 93 f150 xlt and have the 4.9 inline 6 and im wondering how many horsepower it has?
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Old 01-25-2004, 03:49 PM
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jyonks57 just do a seach on here, you will find everything you want to know. umm, about 160 hp and 300 torque, i think, just search. its a great tool.

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Old 01-25-2004, 03:53 PM
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Thanx Idiomaticman i just bought the truck in aug for my 16 bday and its a great truck 4spd with the overdrive and only has 73 K on it
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Old 01-25-2004, 03:55 PM
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get some pic on here, lests see it. i got min at the end of my junior year of high school, it has 160,000 on it. it was my dads truck. this site is great for any questions you got. if you cant find it searching, just ask, everyone is very helpful.

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will do as soon as i get some pics ill post them
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Old 01-26-2004, 03:43 PM
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358,000 miles on my 1980 f 150 i hear these lil 300 motors run forever
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Old 01-27-2004, 01:43 PM
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had an 87 bronc fullsize 300-6, had 200k on it, ran very strong, only major deal with it was an oil pan replacement, now i have a 90 f-150 300-6, had 118k on it 3 months ago, now has 126k, runs awesome, infact i raced a 94 caprice v8, and sadly to say he was gonna go hang himslef that night cuz i whooped hos azz...lol
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84 F150 I6 origional stock tiff IV C5( just rebuilt) 200,200 just finished a 750 mile weekend road trip.
Good strong truck!
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Old 01-28-2004, 04:13 PM
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95 F150, M50D, 4.9 - 127K and still runs like new. Replaced clutch at 60K. Backing big boats uphill into tight spaces will do that. Replaced brake pads once, u-joints and radius arm bushings I tow boats and cargo trailers all over N. Texas. I really want a new truck but this one will just not give up. Looks like I'll have to wait two years when my son turns 16. I'll have an excuse to get a new one because he'll get this one.
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'90 F-150 with 202K miles. Greta compressions, burns no oild. Except for possible fuel pump problem it is a great truck. Paid $600 for it to an electricain company at about 180K miles, put in a windshield and elbow grease to clean it up. Should hit 300 K.
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301285 miles on my 1981 F150, still the original motor !!!! It's still a daily driver!
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I just turned 170,000 last week and still has no engine work! well new alt. but that don't count. I put on 20k+ a year! Can't kill the engine, thing wont die! I beat the thing from mudin to street racing. It'll never die!! I hope to hit 400k. I think if i keep using synthetic oil, K&N performance gold filters and changin it all @5k I'll do it.

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