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Old 09-13-2013, 07:49 PM
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Global renew and International factory reman

Hey guys

I just added a new truck to the fleet. 97 F350, 5 SPD, 4x4, dually.

It has stickers as listed in the title, international factory remanufactured on the valve covers

Has anyone had any experiences with reman engines?

The catch was that something is wrong with the transmission or clutch. Nothing happens when you push the clutch , and you can shift through the gears.
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Old 09-13-2013, 08:06 PM
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It's gotta a pretty sweet flat bed on it, and damn I want your ccsb, sorry no experience with reman, but if it came from IH it should be the most updated, although all reman engines now from what I hear are pmr rods
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Hey guys

I just added a new truck to the fleet. 97 F350, 5 SPD, 4x4, dually.

It has stickers as listed in the title, international factory remanufactured on the valve covers

Has anyone had any experiences with reman engines?

The catch was that something is wrong with the transmission or clutch. Nothing happens when you push the clutch , and you can shift through the gears.
long time no see, truck looks good so does the new one. what do you mean you can shift through the gears and the clutch does nothing?

the 97 i sold had a reman engine. had recpeits for $9K ish it was fine. same as the rest of them i assume. it was installed in 04 or 05 had about 60K on it when i sold it. it was done for IH so i assume it was to factory spec
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Does the clutch pedal return when you let go of it?

So it does shift, but nothing engages? Yeah, hard to interpret what you're describing. Maybe the t-case is in neutral?

4x4 dually means it's been done in service. It'd be interesting to try to determine if it's a 4x4 that's been converted to dually, or a dually that's been converted to 4x4.
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They made 4x4 DRW in cab chassis models.

Larry, I can't seem to think anything would be wrong with having an IH rebuild. It has to meet factory specs which we all know is good enough.

Both trucks look good! Replacing mellow yellow?
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I have a 4x4 dually (cab and chassis)
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^^^ But was there an F350 C&C? I thought the C&Cs were all the "F-SuperDuty" (i.e. F450). And yeah, looking at the length of the frame, it looks like a C&C.
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Yes it's an f350, you couldn't get one from ford that's 4x4 in the f-sd platform

1997 8 lug
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^^^ But was there an F350 C&C? I thought the C&Cs were all the "F-SuperDuty" (i.e. F450). And yeah, looking at the length of the frame, it looks like a C&C.
U could get them in 350 and f-superduty.
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what they said. we had a 350 C and C and have a F-SD. narrower frames both
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