How about those tax returns? But I'm not sure what they changed in those years internally or electronically. In this case, I would consider a Cummins. Tuned for 100 octane is another 20. If you're under the notion that the 6oh is every bit as reliable as the 7. Will an 05-07 5r110w transmission work in a 2003 truck? Here is how I see this swap happening. I know my other trucks wouldn't have held up to that many launches.
You dont think the 6. Trucks rolling blue smoke down the road all the time? I didn't change the filter and I don't think I put diesel on the o ring to lube it. Not to mention if stock the V10 has more hp and not that much less torque. I was wondering if this is possible, I have a 2008 F-250 6. My resume has been verified by a 3rd party. It's a free service and would be nice to watch the suspense.
The driver put the ramps back on and we hooked up to a chain to help persuade it. I own a 1999 F250 sd 5 speed manual, v10. I've got 108,500 on mine and it's been great:woohoo: I've done the right mods to make it a fun truck to drive and still gets the work done. Then onto vacuuming up all those little pieces: Next, I decided to try to start it. Nor was questioning the need for information sources and such a deep dive into the definition of the term 'fact' warranted, as doing so didn't lead this thread off in any productive direction either.
But thankfully some of you boys have places like this to keep trying. Taxes, no way I'm cheating on those. And I trust this clarifies things. Anyone who thinks differently is either delusional, out of touch, or ill-informed. I need to be narrow for a while.
Didn't stay running long, so I had to crank it again. I have a 2003 f250 4x4 with a 5. Don't matter what motor u got just gotta know how to build it. The question I have is i know on most engines there is a dust cover on the engine that allows you to access the torque converter when mounting the transmission and the engine. These are thin wall castings so its generally not recommended to go over that.
Not that it really matters to me one way or the other since I won't be rebuilding it, but I'm hoping it won't be a problem to get it in my name. Since the bead on the back tire wasn't broken, I was able to re-inflate it enough to pick the rim up. I read somewhere that the 6. I don't think the 7. Only one claiemd to get 18-19 on the highway - but that was with the a 6.
I have been there and done that. When I had mine done, we took. My company has owned 5 of them - got about 15 without a trailer - usually got about 10-11 pulling a real load. I only need the basics. I will say that a corrupt process that leads to a happy outcome tends to dodge the scrutiny of shining a light on the methods used to get there. And even if you could wedge this motor into a Mustang, it wouldn't be very good, because of its heavy cast iron block and low-revving nature. His gets worked hard everyday and is holding up great.
I personally am cool with the stock 7. In terms of not walking home because the pos quit on you, nearly the exact opposite. I dont really want to supercharge it, I will just get mud in the intercooler and belt system. If you're under the notion that the 6oh is every bit as reliable as the 7. Not on this forum either. And why would I lie to my potential future wife and have to sustain that charade for the foreseeable future? Make sure your heads are 100% true though, because 6. That is the reality I live in.