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Re: Ford industrial engine

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Robert Major

11-11-2013 19:56:43

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Not a problem, don't want to see a guy get into something he wasn't expecting.
If a guy wants to half @$$ it you could do it with a pile of odd steel, a welder and cutting torch in a few afternoons and not worry about the oil pan. There are plenty of those conversions about already.
Im guessing your like me and if your gonna do it, It will be right.

The 6 is a lot more work trying to get the 12" you add to the hood and stuff right.
The last hood for one I have part built, (150hp turbo) wasn't right and I'm gonna do another. when i ever get time to finish it off. That will be 4 hoods used before i'm done and it looks like a factory hood .
I kinda collect Major parts when I see them got 1 spare 6 turbo and one of those burnt 4's as spares here now, so pretty much everything I want is here, apart from time L.O.L.

Regards Robert

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11-17-2013 14:37:50

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 Re: Ford industrial engine in reply to Robert Major, 11-11-2013 19:56:43  
I got an email from the guy selling the engine... I could get it for $400 cash. It's tempting to get it for that price, and put it in my swather. I think I could get almost that much for the 200 I6 Ford gas that's in it now... but I really don't need another project...

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