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Old 02-07-2011, 05:02 PM
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2005 6.0 Part number

A friend of mine toasted his 6.0 in his 2005 f350 and looking for a motorcraft part number to order a crate engine. Can any help me out?? Thanks for any help.
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Here are internal parts. But im not sure about entire engines.

http://www.engineparts.com/publicati...wer_Stroke.pdf
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What happend? what mods?
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Seems like a good time to make a fummins
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I'd grab a 550HP Black Mamba 6.0.

Itd be way cheaper than a stock one from Ford.
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I'd grab a 550HP Black Mamba 6.0.

Itd be way cheaper than a stock one from Ford.
I second that!!!!!
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Well its a work truck with no tune and has 40 hp injectors and a different turbo but something got in the motor internally and locked it down. You can turn the motor with a wrench forward and it will stop and turn it backwards and it stops around the same stroke. Pulled the glow plugs and one was beat all to ****. He just whats to order a new motor and be done with it.
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In 2004, the combustion chamber on the piston has been modified (updated bowl design). Due to the design change of the piston, the glow plug has been made shorter by 1.2 mm. If the longer glow plugs are installed into an engine with updated pistons, glow plug to piston contact will result, ending in potential catostrophic engine failure.
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A friend of mine toasted his 6.0 in his 2005 f350 and looking for a motorcraft part number to order a crate engine. Can any help me out?? Thanks for any help.
take your vin # to the dealership they can order it from there,
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