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Old 12-26-2008, 08:48 PM
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how hard would it be for a 6.0 swap

k i found a cheap 6.0 out of a 06 f250, how hard would it be to swap it into my 02 also i can get the tranny the wiring and any other supporting hardware
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should be easy as long as you have the computer, turbo and all. dont know if the mounts are the same tho.
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WHY?? I'd take the $$ and mod yours.
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you dont want the 6.0 problemhouse
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you dont want the 6.0 problemhouse
Ive got 80k on mine and the valve covers havent been off yet.
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you dont want the 6.0 problemhouse
::sigh:: do you have experience with the 6.0 or are you just stating your ignorant opinion?
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Old 12-27-2008, 10:43 AM
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Keep the 7.3. My family has 3 6.0's vavle covers have been off on all of them. At 2K miles, 60K miles, ans 30K miles. Then again at 86K miles and mine will be off soon. We have 3 7.3's and valve covers have never been off. 2 have 160K miles and 1 has 50K miles.
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psd

Dont get me wrong,the 6.0 power stroke is a good motor.but you will need to stud it and a EGR delete kit.then she is a runner. the 7.3 is a good motor too
and thats what I like. but lets go off the map here and say sell both motors and put a 12 valve in her alot easier and cheaper.but what do I know
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Do the egr delete and stud that 6.0 before you drop it in and I think it would be a good deal.
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