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300 I6 in 85 bronco 2


Chayse

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I was thinking about putting an inline six in my b2 it's an 85 with stock running gear. My future plans are to sas this truck and use full size Axels. Along with that would this swap be easy and what would I need to do to fit this in my b2
 


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Inline 6 is typically a longer block than a 8 cylinder so I am skeptical. I know 8 cylinders are tight front to back.

There are plenty of active folks who have put 8 cylinder into Rangers and B2s on TRS forum who can give more specifics on that. If there is someone who has done a strait 6 you probably find them there.
 

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I was thinking about putting an inline six in my b2 it's an 85 with stock running gear. My future plans are to sas this truck and use full size Axels. Along with that would this swap be easy and what would I need to do to fit this in my b2
I am extremely keen to see if this works out. I think it'd be a fantastic setup. Please keep us all updated if you are going through with this
 

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There is one person I've seen on TRS that has done this swap. He showed a few pics but no detailed write up that I know of.
 

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