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Ford 9N V6 conversion


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Old 07-12-2019, 05:16:00 AM
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Finished up the 9n V6 conversion. Has sherman step up trans.
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What engine is it?
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4.3 Chevy
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Nice job! What all is involved to get everything to bolt up? Do they make kit for swapping engines?
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wasnt this the tractor that people use to swap in a flathead ford v8 back in the day? nice job by the way!
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Nice. I bet it cackles pretty good out those pipes when you put a load on it.
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Nice job! What all is involved to get everything to bolt up? Do they make kit for swapping engines?
RedRock mfg made the adapter for this one. Awesome henry sells adapters and kits. I have built them in the past and it's a lot of work.
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That's just too cool! Those GM 4.3's sure have quite the personality. Daughter's drove an 89 Chevrolet 4X4 pickup for a few years that has the 4.3. Tough little buggers.
The guys that parade past me here over at the Albany Pioneer Days Show usually KNOW what I want. "Let's hear some noise!"
We've seen a Ford 6 and a Funk 8 or two. Dang it, they're nice. That GM V-6 is cool and odd Kirk.
A buddy Justin knows what I want when he passes by with his Cockshutt 30 with a SB 350 and long pipes like your headers.
He stops, "Justin, you know what I want." The wind up and the pitch. Or the babble down as it were! He obliges!
Vroom! bl, bl, bl, bl, bl, bl, bl. Love it.
Thanks Kirk!
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