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v8 conversion?? NOT mine LOL

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sHan tn

09-18-2012 11:54:44

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i was wondering what it takes to put a v8 in a 8N ford?? a friend has a 52(i think) that has a rod sticking out of the block (i dont know how) anyway he was thinking about a v8 conversion, he dont have any money so he would have to do it at home, he foes have a old ford truck with a 302 v8 in it he could use.... any ideas? thanks

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09-18-2012 14:59:22

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 Re: v8 conversion?? NOT mine LOL in reply to sHan tn, 09-18-2012 11:54:44  
Anything is possible given enough time, resources, and money. Key word here being "money"

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Dell (WA)

09-18-2012 13:43:23

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 Re: v8 conversion?? NOT mine LOL in reply to sHan tn, 09-18-2012 11:54:44 the ol' Hot-Rodders say, "ain't no substitute fer cubic inches, except cubic money, how fast do you want to go?" The 1949-52 flathead V-8 is the one to use. The OHV 302 will NOT mate to the 8N-tranny. Of course iff'n yer Marvin Bauman, he has even mounted a turbine jet engine. ........Dell

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sHan tn

09-18-2012 15:04:28

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 Re: v8 conversion?? NOT mine LOL in reply to Dell (WA), 09-18-2012 13:43:23  
thanks guys.. il tell him to forget it and sell me his broken 8 for parts for mine :)

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