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Old 04-11-2010, 07:43 PM
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guys i got a 97 f350 with a blown motor and i just had a 2000 f350 motor givin to me with 72k on it for nothin, sweet right? but i wanted to know if anyones done that? how bad is it? can i even do it? thanks
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Yeah it can be done . you are probably gonna have to deal with electronics more than anything and its not a bolt for bolt swap but if you are a member here you probably have what it takes.
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Old 04-12-2010, 04:01 PM
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ok well im going to pick up the motor this week ill probably be on here askin a ton of questions haha, but i think im gonna get an air dog or fass system i think it would make the fuel portion less complicated, but as long as the motor goes in i can make the rest work im sure, any other suggestions?
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sweet! and a 2000 is the best year!
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Old 04-12-2010, 08:00 PM
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I'd prolly put in all new turbo pedistal o-rings while you got it out. 21 bucks at Ford. Also pull the EBV sensor tube off & clean it out.
Good job getting the new motor & good Luck with the install. You've got biggens!
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haha thanks hopefully it goes smooth
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