Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Northwest Indiana
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If you're rebuilding your own engine, you better have your own micrometer and snap gauge set (or dial bore gauge like mentioned above, but that's more money). If you want your engine to last at all, you MUST check all of the clearances, and repair anything that's out of spec.
1986 F250 2WD Super Cab XLT Lariat w/ 1996 front clip. Dually bed & van rearend (2" wider, allows spring clearance). 6.9 w/ approx 120,000mi. Banks non-wastegated turbo system, Wellman G088 glowplugs, Delphi BB injectors, Kenworth pyrometer, vac/boost gauge, electric water temp/oil psi/voltmeter mounted in dash. 3" Mandrel-bent open exhaust. C6 trans, 3.54 gears. Okiegringo idler pulley. R134a A/C conversion. WMO/diesel blend in one tank.