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Old 12-22-2009, 08:04 PM
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7.3L Powerstroke into a 1995 F150?

I have a 1995 F150 with a 302 in it and I'm a Diesel Mechanic at a Ford Dealer. I was woundering if anybody has ever put a 7.3 PS out of a 94-98 250-350 and put it in a 150? Cause right now I can't afford a Diesel Truck with a powerstroke in it unless it needs tons of work, or the body is trashed.
But i'm just curious if it's been done before and what they do to accomplish this?
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Old 12-22-2009, 08:15 PM
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look up smokenhalfton he has one but i dont remember what year the truck or the motor is
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Bumping this up for smokinhalfton
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its been done in broncos with slight modification, i dont see why it couldnt be done with a 150
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Gotta watch how much weight you put on the half ton front suspension.
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Gotta watch how much weight you put on the half ton front suspension.
Yeah I kinda figured that would have to be one of the things to change or put heavy duty springs on, to help out a bit better. I Have a diesel magazine where they put a 7.3 PSD in a bronco but it was heavyliy modified, i'm lookin at mostly stock with a couple bolt ons but nothing major like injectors or anything like that. But i'll be sending a message to Smokinhalfton seeing what all he did to make it work.
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Pretty sure broncos run the same front end.
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