Remove that cover and there is the heater core. Please review the vehicle options and installation notes, to ensure you select the correct product for your Ford F-250. The front and rear differentials did have to be rebuilt at 205,000 miles, but I would say that is pretty good service. Just follow the fuel line to get to it. Brake lines: Skyjacker braided stainless F250 set for 6-8 inch lift. The fluid has never been changed, and the transmission has never been apart, yet it still performs like new. Torque Convertor: 3 Disc, billet with low stall 1800 and 4 bolt.
All of the paint is original minus the hood which was repainted by the dealer it was bought brand new from a few years after it was purchased because of a known factory defect in the painting of these F250 hoods. First disconnect the negative battery terminal, then set wheels straight and steering wheel level. We're here to help - please call us at 1-800-358-4751. Whereas, I have just as many friends with Fords new and old, that have 2~4 hundred thousand miles with original motors, transmissions and rear ends, so ha! Open the hood and look where the heater hoses enter the front right passenger area of the exterior side of the firewall. They cost about the same as a loaded Dodge Cummins truck. Behind that is the heater core cover on the interior, passenger side of the firewall.
I own a 1984 1 ton Ford with a 6. It wasn't big on power or speed til I put the turbo and injectors on it, and now it will out pull my dad's 2001 Ford with a chip, and outrun it without a problem. Regarding Dodge transmissions: I also own a 1995 Dodge pickup with a 4-speed automatic. My 1985 Dodge Ram has over 260,000 miles on the original 318, transfer case, and 727 auto trans, none of which have ever been opened up except to replace the timing chain and change the trans filter at routine intervals. This F-250 has only 10,297 actual miles and looks brand new! I was a super die-hard Dodge fan, and was going to buy a Durango or Ram for a new truck, but am glad I didn't. Yes, I have validated by adding refridgerant, oil, and sealant there, engine running, air conditioning on, and cooling returned.
These were not sports cars that were rarely driven and garage kept. I guess I lean toward Ford now, but I still say that Dodge ruled in cars and trucks in the 1960's, 1970's, and 1980's. It has a gooseneck hitch and trailerbrake controller. Don't miss your chance on parking this dream in your drive way, call us today! Choose your car or truck. Under the hood sits a 5. Disconnect the two heater hose clamps and you can then remove the heater core.
I couldn't love it more. International thought of this; that's why Ford uses a V8 to make towing at higher speeds easy; try doing that with a Cummins. It has 128k miles on it. These trucks were put to work! I am mainly going to use just as a work truck. There are cheap Fords out there, and I was wondering, should I get the 6. It sound good, runs and drives good.
It's a shame Dodge can't build a truck to the same impressive specs as the Cummins. Ya gotta love it, we all know the old 6. This truck spent life indoors in a climate controlled environment and was sparingly driven on great days only. One in each gas tank and also a booster in-line pump mounted in the frame about mid-way or so. Never have owned a Diesel before, very skeptical, unsure. They want 600 for it and I'm gonna buy it, but I want to know if it has a turbo or not? The Isuzu Duramax and Cummins do have more power, but their towing capacity isn't anywhere near that of Fords.
Mine has a pin so I used a punch while holding the shifter so not to break it. The front axle and differential had to be overhauled but that was the previous owner's fault, not the truck's. They can be installed up to 180% off! And the Allison tranny isn't all that great; the Torque-Shift is as good if not better. The Cummins shipping in new dodges are very cheap and built with inferior materials to reduce the bottom line price of a dodge truck. It was not put to work like most of the other trucks it rolled off the assembly line with.
This truck is a time capsule and it will be hard to find another in this condition. First pop off all the shroud, casing , unscrew turning lever and remove shifter. A step-by-step slideshow covering the conversion of my van to four wheel drive. The 24V Cummins is a cheap engine with a premium name on it and people line up around the corner to pay premium prices for them. I think that bad experiences with Dodge transmissions result because people expect them to go bad and mistreat them.
Listed below are the Locking Hubs that are designed to work with the 1985 Ford F-250. The Powerstroke is ~8500 but the 6. This truck lived a different life. Great power, reliability, and mileage is good. What he is really saying is that he can't afford to put a harley where the Roadstar sits. Call Tom 7 days a week 248-974-9513 tom vanguardmotorsales. Along with converting, I included the building of the 4x4 transmission and transfer case.
Also included are the details of installing the stand alone transmission controller. . He owned the truck for 27 years and finally parted ways with it in 2013. If you are getting no fuel what so ever from a certain tank, then it's probably the fuel pump in the tank that is bad. I bought the truck for 1500. Now you can see everything including fuse locations service intervals even the diesel supplements are there. Is this the nicest 1985 F250 left in existence? People who brag to hell and high water about the Cummins are really misinformed.