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Ford 3000 Ford 3600 engine swap

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09-16-2019 17:57:48

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How many modifications need to be done to put a Ford 3600 diesel engine into an older 3000 diesel ?

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09-16-2019 18:25:08

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 Re: Ford 3000 Ford 3600 engine swap in reply to Hooder, 09-16-2019 17:57:48  
Not much. As I recall, one of the major differences is the size and angle of the opening in the intake manifold. You cannot swap the manifolds, you'll need to adapt the hose. The exhaust manifold is also different, but can be swapped between the two engines.

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09-16-2019 18:23:40

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 Re: Ford 3000 Ford 3600 engine swap in reply to Hooder, 09-16-2019 17:57:48  
Will need the 3000's exhaust manifold, as a 3600's exits farther forward. Keep the flywheel from the 3000. (Flywheels stay with their respective transmissions.) Otherwise, should be a straight bolt in.

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09-16-2019 18:26:55

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 Re: Ford 3000 Ford 3600 engine swap in reply to Fordfarmer, 09-16-2019 18:23:40  
Why does the flywheel need to stay with the tranny? If they both have the double clutch, they should be the same.

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09-16-2019 20:46:59

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 Re: Ford 3000 Ford 3600 engine swap in reply to Bern, 09-16-2019 18:26:55  
If they use the same clutch, then yes, the flywheels should interchange.

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