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Wounder if 6cly truck motor would fit in my 67 6cly mustang. if it would bolt to the 3 speed trany. and the motor mount. The 6cly. in it now is the small one 170. To go to a 8cly to much has to be changed. Also I bet you can get that motor to out perform our stock v8's. Like most of us have build I bet you have build many motors too but how many hot 6cly? If I remember though's 6's had good torque. Strong bottom end. And to have something a little differant than everyone else's same old thing. I can see though you going to do a better job on your truck than I did.
I saw the pics of your truck, I hope mine turns out that nice!
 
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No link but the old man told me he used a 5 speed from a late 80s early 90s f350 with a 460. Didnt get the details of the clutch setup but I would assume a 390 flywheel & 11" clutch. I would like to buy the old truck, has a camper body on the back. but I would probably swap in a diesel so its a pretty hefty price tag for a cab & frame. It has drum brake front & I think its a 44 & a 60 rear so I wouldnt use those either. Sorry for hijacking!
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C5AZ6375K .. 352 & 360 Flywheel / (6) 5/16" -18 pressure plate attaching holes on a 12 3/8" bolt circle.

Uses an 11" clutch.
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C5AZ6375L .. 390 Flywheel / (6) 5/16" -18 pressure plate attaching holes on a 12 7/8" bolt circle.

Uses an 11 1/2" clutch.
 
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Hey, great info on the tranny and clutch guys, thanks!!
 
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Bill, the casting # on that I-6 is C6AE-6015-D. Is that for the 300 cid motor?
 
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Bill, the casting # on that I-6 is C6AE-6015-D. Is that for the 300 cid motor?
Could be a 240, could be a 300, dunno.

The same casting number was used for both the 240 & 300, because these engines were cast as 240's.

Stroke: 240 = 3.18" // 300 = 3.98"

You cannot go by block casting numbers to ID engines sizes in most cases.

What does this puppy tell you? D1VE-6015-AB

D1VE is the prefix for a 1971 Lincoln, but...

It could be a 1971/73 429 from a car.

Or a 1973/78 460 from a car.

Or a 1971/midyear 1979 460 from a F100/350 or Econoline.

 
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Okay, thanks Bill. I'll do a quick measure of the stroke on it. It's supposed to be a 300, so I'm assuming that's what it is.
 
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Bill I wish there were still guys like you in the parts stores!!! I am gonna guess that you didn't even look that up, you just rattled it off!
 
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Cab is all stripped out, ready to lift off. It seems to take forever to get everything out of there! BTW, if anyone could use about 8 gallons of turpentine, I think that is what is left in the gas tank after ten years!
 
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Body is now off, thanks to my brother-in-law and his tractor. Beats manual labor any day! Cab will probably be replaced, we'll see about the bed.
 
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Awsome work!!
 
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That cab looks a lot better than mine...
 
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Thanks! The cab isn't in the best shape. It would need floors on both sides, and rocker panel at least on the drivers side, but probably both. And one cab mount in the front would have to be replaced also. I'm going sunday to look at a 68 cab.
 
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Well, it's official: I'm now the owner of FOUR Ford pickups! At least temporarily. I picked this up this 68 from one of the members of the Nebraska Chapter who owns a salvage yard. The cab is in excellent shape, only a litte surface rust on the floors. The rockers are clean, and the cab mounts look to be in good shape. Can't use the bed, the floor is shot, but I may cut off some of the cab sides to use as patch panels for my bed. Better those than aftermarket peices.
 
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Dont get me wrong, but looks more like 3 and 3/4, what she have in her?
 

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