what is the largest engine that will fit in a 1987 F150

Asked by Mar 13, 2012 at 01:35 PM about the 1987 Ford F-150

Question type: Car Customization

I have a business i pull a trailer all day. the 351 is good but i need something with a little more pull

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good place to start would be: www.4btswaps.com more torque than you probably need.

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Depending on your needs, you may also require another tranny.

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if you can find one in a similar truck, youll probly need most of it, but the 460 is probly gonna be your best bet, unless you can build a motor to do what you need, it doesnt have to be an 87, and you probly wont find a 150 with a 460, but as long as you get the same body style truck, youll be set, if you were up for modifications, you could get a 429 as well, but you need a real big block, not a "modified wanna be"

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