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post #1 of 5 Old 04-06-2009, 01:22 PM Thread Starter
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differance between 09 f350 srw gas & diesel drivetrain

i want to buy a 09 f350 srw 4x4 gas and covert it to a cummins if the drivetrain is the same as diesel.are the axles the same,transfer case and such thanks
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it should be the same

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You know if you do the transplant the engine is suppose to be from the same model year or newer or else its illegal. I read about transplant requirements in Diesel Performance Magazine a few months ago. Just letting you know if you were planning on dropping the 5.9 in there. Check with your state I could be wrong. Just something to consider.

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Oh and I believe the drive trains are the same.

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If it was a 5.4 you ight need to get front springs but a 6.8 should hold it up.

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