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Combine powered f250 diesel

Discussion in '6.9L IH & 7.3L IDI Diesels' started by Selahdoor, Nov 27, 2020.

  1. Selahdoor

    Selahdoor How can I help you, or make you laugh, today? Supporting Member

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    Seen that vidoe it was interesting
     
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    Well if it fits, it ships.
     
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    I watched that video yesterday. Sounded awesome.
     
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    Drop one of those engines out of the new Fendt Ideal 10's in an F350, 790hp. Of course you would probably need to stretch the hood and move the cab back so you had about a 4' bed :)
     
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    Some day I want to do something like that with a Bronco - Some sort of mechanical tractor diesel motor; bet it'd get pretty decent fuel mileage!
     
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    There's a truck around here like that. If I remember correctly it's an S-10 or equivalent and has a 4 cylinder diesel in it out of a tractor. I can't remember the engine size or horsepower but it has painted on it that it gets like 54 mpg. It's been several years since I've seen it but that's mostly because I don't get out much since the twins were born or maybe it's just because I was out so much there for a while I got it all out of my system.
     
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    With an engine that size,forget about stretching the front clip,put it in the bed of the truck(if it even fits):Thumbs Up:peelout





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    They did have some factory like that. Mid 80's.

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