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John reguarding (M) pistons

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Don

08-23-2001 16:31:37




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300 Ford pistons is this a tractor model or CU.in eng. Not a ford truck Eng. There is a 300 truck eng. I dont know much about ford tractors, as you can tel




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Jeff

08-23-2001 19:37:47




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 Re: John reguarding (M) pistons in reply to Don, 08-23-2001 16:31:37  
I am not a M expert but I do know a good deal about Ford truck engines. There is a Ford 300. that is the cubic Inch displacement. It is an inline 6 cyclider with 6 in rods found primarily in half ton Ford trucks. This is one of Fords more popular desighnes. May people use the Rods of these motors to make a "stroker" that is putting this style of rod in a chevy V8. I have not heard of anyone useing Ford 300 pistons in a Farmall Block. I am not saying it impossable, But the bore size and Wrist pin location would have a big impact on the possability.

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Denny Frisk

08-24-2001 07:53:23




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 Re: Re: John reguarding (M) pistons in reply to Jeff, 08-23-2001 19:37:47  
I had 2 F-150's with the 300-6, the bore is 4.00" and 3.98" stroke. The oversize bore of the M is 4.00" too. But like You say, the wristpin size and location would have to be checked. I'm not 100% positive, but the rod length on the M is 10" I think, either that or only 8", so the little 6" long Ford 300-6 rod won't work in the M. Out of ALL the 300-6 Fords I've ever heard about, the rods are the only thing I've ever heard fail. One was in a huge forklift in a foundry and got beat to death all day every day for years, and the other one was in a truck with over 200,000 miles. Real good little motor actually!

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