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Checking Interest: Rebuilt 2.9L

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Old 05-25-2010
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Rebuilt 2.9L

I just got an '87 ranger as a project vehicle and it has a rebuilt 2.9l, I want to swap it out for a 302, so would anyone here be interested in this 2.9l?

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Complete engine with K&N air filter, and a cut intake tube to try keeping it as far away from the headers as possible without cutting a hole through the wheel well, will include airbox, an extra full uncut intake tube, and everything to pass smog in CA(which has some of the stupidest smog laws in the country, so it'll pass anywhere), will also include any wiring/hoses/electronics that won't comply with the 302

I'm not sure on the exact miles since the rebuild, but the truck itself has 106k miles, I'll check how long ago the engine was rebuilt and edit this post
 
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Old 05-31-2010
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none? really?

hmm... maybe i'll part it out and use the block as a coffee table, I've always wanted to do that anyway maybe now it can finally happen

soon to be 2.9l...
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