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Old 10-06-2010, 07:10 PM
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How much for a complete engine rebuilt

Hey ! i was just wondering how much a complete engine rebuilt would cost me approximately. Mine got over half a million without a single issue but the oil pan but eventualy it will probably die lol and i found a complete wrecked truck, its a 2002 F-250 4x4 auto for $2500, i think this is a good deal, i would probably keep the engine and drivetrain and sell the rest. What do you guys think !
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Old 10-06-2010, 07:24 PM
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my thought ( and a free bump) is sounds good if the motor is good, Buying that truck is most likey cheaper than rebuilding the motor ( lots of labor). also i like your rig too very clean. i also like that quote in your sig, i sh!t you not i need a ladder to change my oil filter in my truck haha

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Thanks man, he says the engine is good and only has about 125000 Miles so its pretty much just broke in hehe. And thats a Bada$$ truck you have, i like the lifted 4 doors !
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my thought ( and a free bump) is sounds good if the motor is good, Buying that truck is most likey cheaper than rebuilding the motor ( lots of labor). also i like your rig too very clean. i also like that quote in your sig, i sh!t you not i need a ladder to change my oil filter in my truck haha
lol. i just jump onto the tire and use that as my ladder, unless im doing top end work.. ill get a chair lol
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yeah it allows me to grace up to 4 friends to come with me and look cool lol
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those tidewater LB i think go fro about $3100 iirc, just long blocks though, and i would think blueprinted motors would be pretty good, but i dont know if tehy come with forged or PMR's. if anyone knows that would good info to have...
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I just paid 5k for completely rebuilt engine longblock, everything swapped over and installed tax included. Check him out , Powerstrokepro.com
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ford sells rebuild kits that sit around 1300$-1600 come in standard, 0.10, 0.20, 0.30 , includes just about everything you need..

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Nice ! so if you can get oversize piston, probably means that our engine arent sleeved right ?
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