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Old 01-23-2005, 04:33   #1 (permalink)
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302W into 6 cyl F100

Hi Guys. I have a 1977 F100 that has a cast iron head 250 and a C4. I'm going to put a 302W in, and wondered if anyone has done this and if there are any tricks. The blocks that the engine mounts sit on appear to have been welded onto the crossmember. What happens when I put the 302 in, do the engine mounts bolt onto the crossmember ? Can I use the same tailshaft - I am putting a V8 C4 in as well.
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