I have a 89 Ford F250 7.3 idi with an aftermarket turbo and a c6 3 speed automatic, can i take the transfer case and front four wheel drive axle from a 76 For F250 High Boy and put it on my 89?

Asked by Jun 19, 2015 at 11:50 PM about the 1989 Ford F-250

Question type: Car Customization

I will probably need a new front drive shaft be cause my truck may be longer. But will the
suspension be compatible on my frame?

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68,345

Not conpatible,the whole carrage changed in the early 80,s.

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68,345

Not saying you could not do alot of welding and fab work to do it,but it would be a lot of work,and may not drive to sporty unless you plan on spending some money.

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Another thought i had for this truck was adding a second turbo and having one for each bank. Would this be worth doing?

68,345

I dont, think it would be much more horse than you would have with the one,and would put more pressure on the engine,meaning you may have to beef the motor up alot more to handle the extra tork the other turbo would put on it and not increase much more horses in the process.

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