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post #1 of 7 Old 06-08-2011, 03:36 AM Thread Starter
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I really don't know what section to ask this in but I'll try here. What all would have to be swapped out if you were to replace a 03 6.0 with 7.3 out of a 01?
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sunscribed, I asked a similar question a couple years ago and did not get much. Lets see what or who chimes in?

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Well to answer it simply everything! you are better off buying an 01 7.3 they are the same trucks anyway

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Basically, everything other than the body, frame, axles, and interior.

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Well the reason I was asking is cause a customer of mine has a 01 that is pretty much totaled with a good drivetrain and I found him a 03 with a blown 6.0 for cheap. I was just wondering exactly how much of the 6.0 stuff I could use like radiator, aftercooler, etc etc. But I guess well just keep looking. Thanks for the reply's fellas.
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thats a ton of work. at least you have a donor. you could make use of the 6.0 IC with some pipe making, and the tranny cooler. might be able to use the radiator? it can be done, but again sounds like a lot of work...

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I wouldn't worry about the IC and Radiator... those are the easy parts.

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