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Old 11-18-2013, 05:18 AM
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17* HPOP Swap

I was browsing the local boneyard this weekend and happened to come across an E350 SD ambulance So I figured I'd yank the HPOP off along with a few other goodies. Before anyone asks yes I have read the tech info on the swap as well as done searches and found some info but not exactly what I am looking for. There were a few guys on here explaining these will NOT work unless you have a 95.5-up. Is it possible to make this work on 94-95s? What would be the required steps to make this work?
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Old 11-18-2013, 05:25 AM
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Yes if you swap timing cover. I believe it will actually bolt up but it will probably leak.
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I believe it will actually bolt up but it will probably leak.
The timing cover or HPOP? That seems to be way more of a PITA than it would be worth. What are the differences between the covers?
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The timing cover or HPOP? That seems to be way more of a PITA than it would be worth. What are the differences between the covers?
The hpop. Yes it would be PITA because pulling the engine. There is very subtle differences. The 95.5 up have a different shape where the hpop mounts. I don't really know of any other changes
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The hpop. Yes it would be PITA because pulling the engine. There is very subtle differences. The 95.5 up have a different shape where the hpop mounts. I don't really know of any other changes
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Old 11-18-2013, 05:45 AM
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No problem. As for getting an upgrade, I'd go for a t500 or something along those lines
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No problem. As for getting an upgrade, I'd go for a t500 or something along those lines
That's been the plan to go with a terminator but I just happened to come across that 17* and I figured if I could make it work for the time being might as well right? Ah well. Just another core to add to the stack!
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Send it off or sell it, a t500 isn't to expensive any way, I'm stacking parts because I'm still unsure if my 95 is the later or older one since there are few differences anyway
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Send it off or sell it, a t500 isn't to expensive any way, I'm stacking parts because I'm still unsure if my 95 is the later or older one since there are few differences anyway
Right but if I can get a couple hundred bucks off for sending in a couple cores I might as well!

Does Ford have a way to look that up by VIN? Or would you just have to literally tear it apart to find the differences?
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Matt knows the serial number for the engine. Let's wait for him to chime in :
OR you could look at the reservoir. The later ones have a different look to them.
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