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Check your flex lines (rubber or synth) in the fuel route. I know that with old Jeeps, if you have a cracked hose or a rust hole in a hard line, that will allow the fuel to bleed down, keeping the thing from starting up right away (or staying started, with older carbureted units) because the fuel isn't right there and ready to go. Just a thought.
1995 F250 XLT 7.3T (on donor '97 engine with 180xxx miles) 4x4 - LuK SMF, Diamond Eye 3" downpipe to 5"straight-pipe exhaust. ZF5 manual trans, Curt hide-away gooseneck hitch, Super Duty suspension conversion.
1997 F250 XLT 7.3T - 2wd E4OD, alloy wheels w/ bald tires, gooseneck hitch, pretty much bone stock. Soon to become a trailer, spare tires, spare parts, and scrap.