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Old 01-05-2014, 02:22 PM
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7.3 motor reconstruction. NEED HELP

Ok so I need as many diagrams, blue prints, and anything else on putting a 97 7.3 motor back together. Had someone rebuild my 7.3 and only got the internals done. Stage one cam, crank, pistons for .30+/- block. Heads are on, but that's it. Everything else needs to be put back on by me. I have 2 buckets of bolts and nuts that I have no clue where they go. Brand new custom turbo and pedestal. Push rods and rocker arms need put on. I just don't know which bolts or what nuts go where. Any help, or at last refer me to the right section would be great. But need to get this truck put back together asap. And I'm a little overwhelmed by the cluelessness he left me with. I know where everything goes, just not what holds it there. Any help is so greatly appreciated. TIA

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Old 01-05-2014, 03:29 PM
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sort the bolts, post pics of them, and let people label what goes where
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Ok I can do that.

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I don't know if this will help, but I will post it anyway: "International Parts Book (in Spanish)"

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Old 01-05-2014, 05:18 PM
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No English version?

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Here is a picture of the bolts for the turbo pedestal, fuel pump, and fuel bowl on my 97. they are just in with a couple turns. You may want to buy new bolts for the exhaust manifold and up pipes. Are the injectors in the heads yet? Let me know if the picture helps.
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I've never seen an english version posted. Still a very useful document with the diagrams and if you have a Ford-IH parts interchange it is even more useful (not necessarily in your case however). Cheers!
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I saved the document. Im sure it'll come in handy. I'll keep you pic handy. I plan to do new bolts for what I can. I do believe I need pedestal bolts, or turbo. I can't remember. I'll get pics when I get home, injectors are in. But everything else needs put on.

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Run the text through a translator

Just an fyi the head bolts and main bearing cap bolts have the same threads, be careful not to mix them up
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The motor is assembled. Crank, cam, heads at installed, all valves. it's done oil pan up. But he gave me a bunch of miscellaneous bolts and nuts, manifold, up pipes, plenums, fuel bowl, fuel pump, hpop, turbo, push rods, rockers, and valve covers. All that kind of stuff

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