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Engine difference?

Hey guys on my title my truck says its a 96 f250 but on the side tag I'm the dorr it says like Oct 95 and the little front end plaice where radiator mounts says Oct 5 1995. Also on the front cover in the little stamp it is stamped 95. I was just wondering because I bought a fuel bowl re seal kit and it says the bowl are a little different. So is there a difference? I also heard something about different hpops. Is there anyway I can see what it is? Like is there a noticeable difference? I'd like to know what year to say at the parts store. I really hate when a truck is a late year and they title it the next year.

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Late 94-e95 don't have the anti drain back like the late 95-03 on the hpop, not sure on fuel bowls

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Well I'm guessing Oct is late year? I hope so, can you tell a difference between drain back and non drain back?

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I think think bowls are the same. I have a 94 one and a 97 one and if needed i can check tomorrow


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Mine are not side by side otherwise I would check, and something about the front cover being different for the hpop

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We'll if either bone of you don't mind to look if your not busy it would be much appreciated...

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I'll look for you when I get home. There is a difference in front covers I'm just not sure what's different. I do know that if you switch to say a 97 front cover you can use a super duty hpop though

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Date of manufacture is irrelevant. Model year is what's relevant. For the last 50-ish years, they start building the vehicles of a given model year approximately August of the previous calendar year. So seeing October 1995 on a 1996 truck is exactly what one would expect.
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From what I can tell there is only slight casting differences between the bowls. Although I noticed the FPRs are not the same


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So my truck is a 96... just looked a little weird because the little stamp on the motor was cut out on 95.

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