What program did you use?
I want to get the truck running right now and the engine in it sat up for ten years so I think it's just going to need to be replaced
Just curious what engine is the most popular.
Would anybody happen to know someone in the Houston area selling an inexpensive Ford V8 for my Ranchero? If it is a small block or FE I will also...
That is only if I decide to keep them and honestly I think I'll need some spacers for just about any modern rim .
Honestly they're just a hair too deep but I could always get a some spacers if needed
Lmao. Well bums don't look for lobster in the trash.
Alright well I guess a few if you missed that part about them being free rims. It keeps the truck off the ground for now so they're doing their job.
I'll think they're ridiculous and then I'll think she can pull it off. Free rims so can't complain too muc . Just can't decide how...
Kind of exactly what I wanted to hear. Got some siblings I'm looking to beat. Do you have a stock rear end and gears?
If you don't mind my asking, what kind of horsepower are you getting out of her?
A 520 would just be a bored out 460?
Want to make a stroker motor for the Ranchero but can't decide which block I should start with.....all opinions and suggestions welcome
I'm having a hard time finding headers not fitted for a full size truck.
Can anyone tell me if Cleveland headers will fit my modified?
I'm sorry that made me sound dumb I thought you put carb and not cam.
Well not to be naggy but is there a timing set you would recommend and would that be do-able with an aftermarket cam?
Well after seeing the prices of the crank itself I'm not sure if that's an option. I was thinking a rebuild with a cam and 4bbl. I'm just not sure...
Correct me if I'm wrong, but in order to convert to a 400 I would have to change the crank or is there more to it?
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