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1st pic. is the parts car radiator ...
2nd pic. is the parts car thermostat





Oh and the water pump is shot as well the fan moves up and down at least 1/2 an inch

This is the motor I want to put in my car I drove this car and it was not over heating but now I do have concerns any feedback would be much appreciated

Scotty
 

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JACK'S GRANDAD
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Which is cheaper?
All the oil you currently use, or some coolant? :lol:
I'm here for ye brother!
 

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ahhh with friends like you... :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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JACK'S GRANDAD
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Yank the bitch out and swap them. Not like you dont have a whole fleet of cars to use is it? I know, you will have to degrade yourself by driving the Jag huh? :lol:
 

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He is putting that 4.0 into his rig, then rebuilding his 4.6 Dennis.
Same as me with the spare 4.6 I have on the engine stand mate........when I find the bloody time anyways....

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leftlanetruckin said:
He is putting that 4.0 into his rig, then rebuilding his 4.6 Dennis.
Same as me with the spare 4.6 I have on the engine stand mate........when I find the bloody time anyways....

Martin

And I've tried to convince him (previously) to rebuild that 4.0 on his time, then pull his 4.6, yank the crank/rods/pistons and put them in the fresh block, assemble and go. It'll minimize down-time and eliminate duplicate work (pulling the engine twice) and doubts about the engine...
 

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I got a spare 4.6 to rebuild, then I will swap them out and sell the original motor.
He knows that his block has never overheated, thus the logic behind rebuilding it :thumb:
 
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