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#31 Bulldog Red

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Posted Yesterday, 02:52 PM

I believe the 304 was a bigblock engine sharing the block with the 345 and the 392.They probably had a longer stroke than a 302 Ferd.



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Posted Yesterday, 03:45 PM

Bulldog the 266/304/345/393 are referred as the SV-8 (small) the 404 & 446 are referred as the MV-8 and the 401 461 549 and the 600 something are referred to as the LV-8s ( I may be wrong on the 401  & 461 cubic inch sizes)  Eason


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Posted Yesterday, 07:18 PM

Ten four,I have absolutely no idea why this frickin' line is thru my post.I didn't even consider those motors


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Posted Yesterday, 07:22 PM

 Figurred it out,Ha!



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Posted Today, 07:18 AM

They ALL rusted but IH had accelerated rust. One winter of salt roads in New England and they were already ventilated. Ford, GM, and Dodge would at least have a few years before they went through; not that that's anything to brag about. I'm always amazed when I travel to a dry state and see a Scout not rusted up to the windowsills.

 

IH were also a bit behind on creature comfort, it didn't matter for a work truck but for someone's dual purpose or weekend boat hauler it was significant. Coupled with all the other problems others have mentioned they were doomed.



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Posted Today, 09:47 AM

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Posted Today, 04:51 PM


That Ford 302 was a good car and pickup engine in my experience but I don't think Ford ever put them in a truck that could haul 20,000 pounds+ of grain like my IH 304 does. [/quote]
Rancher I worked for switched from a small ih gas like that to a 855 Cummins. For hauling grain at that point all the gas trucks sat the rest of harvest. I felt like I was is heaven at that point. But those old ih beat out many other motors in my opinion.
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