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Re: the truck Shadetree likes

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10-06-2013 11:11:41

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I'm thinkin' it's a 1940, Larry. They made similar body styles for about three years and I hate to admit it but I really don't know all the little differences. When I was growing up we had a '40. Kinda unusual in that it had a 4cyl. engine from the factory. It was only available for a couple years.And no,it was not a tractor engine either, there were differences.
Only one I ever saw, but when I went to work at a Ford dealership, their old parts books covered that 4cyl. engine!
Thanks for the photos Larry, I greatly appreciate it!

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10-06-2013 16:46:18

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 Re: the truck Shadetree likes in reply to ShadetreeRet, 10-06-2013 11:11:41  
Model year 41-42 4 cyl. in half ton used some 9N tractor parts in engine, such as flywheel,
crankshaft and intake/exhaust manifold. . They carry 9N part #s. Block , timing cover and head would be different.Block had a hole for fuel pump, timing cover had front engine mounting . head had hole for temp gauge. For 1940 I don't know what they used as my parts book does not list it. Cam would be different too as it drove the fuel pump.

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10-06-2013 17:28:13

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 Re: the truck Shadetree likes in reply to Duner Wi, 10-06-2013 16:46:18  
That sounds logical. The block would almost have to be different,for reasons you stated as well as needing motor mounts. All I know is that it was one weak puppy! I think it would run about sixty top end, going downhill with a good tailwind.

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10-06-2013 11:16:28

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 Re: the truck Shadetree likes in reply to ShadetreeRet, 10-06-2013 11:11:41  
Larry, I just ran that photo on my copier. Now I have a red '40 'Ford pickup! LOL Thanks.

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