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Powerstroke into old 40s-50s f series

Hey all I was wondering if anyone has ever seen or heard or anyone putting a powerstroke into an old late 40s early 50s f series pickup? I have never been around one but judging by photos it does not look like it would fit into a F2. Possibly the F4 which is a one ton truck back then. Any input would be great. Thanks
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I would have to go with a 7.3. I could see how the 5.9 cummins could fit but not real sure about the big 7.3, not to mention the tranny might not fit either. Really don't no.
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From experience doing a lot of old car and truck restorations and resto mods, measure, mock up, measure, mock up... Cut minimally, mock up, cut again. Check for final clearances. Or get a hot wrench and a bfh, and just bend it till it fits...
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