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post #1 of 3 Old 03-21-2013, 09:58 PM Thread Starter
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Powerstroke swap

I'm currently in the process of swapping my 76 F-250 cab onto my 96 bronco chassis which is being fitted with 95 F-350 running gear from the engine down to the axles. I'm using a 4" shackle reversal/flip and 3" body lift and running 37/13.50 Toyo M/T's on 20" rims... now here's my problems. I need a PCM and IDM as well as a set of 20" used wheels. I could also use a gauge cluster with tach. if someone has one layin around. This is my ultimate budget build. I probably only have 2k$ in the entire project. I'll take some pics tomorrow. If ya'll have anything I can use let me know. I can come up with money but I love to trade! Lots of ford parts including a complete 96 Bronco body in good shape front clip and all. 95 5.0 backed by a 5-speed and a 93 4.6 dohc from a mark vIII(teksid block) Let me know what you think and send me a pm if you can help me out!


7.3 Powerstroke (conversion in progress)
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post #2 of 3 Old 03-22-2013, 11:25 AM

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Sounds like a fun build, subbed for piks and good luck

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Well at least you caught the loose bolts before they cause any damage. Nothing worse than a sloppy hole
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Yup. What he said


Mine - 94.5 F250 ZF5: Basics w/a few extras, DIY bumper, steps and exhaust, AFEII, D60, PMF 2.25 RSK, V-codes
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Backup - 98 GM 1500 ECSB 4x4: 6.5, straight pipe, K+N filter, 495km w/original pump, trans & t-case
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