|08-16-2019 01:28 PM|
|08-16-2019 11:30 AM|
OP is so tight he probably squeaks when he walks.
|08-16-2019 11:25 AM|
|08-16-2019 09:21 AM|
|LeviGarrett76||no problem, anything to keep me from working|
|08-16-2019 07:52 AM|
Perfect, found what I needed and got it ordered... thank you..
|08-16-2019 07:02 AM|
|||ebay is usually loaded up with used pistons and rods, always someone looking for just one to get by|
|08-16-2019 05:52 AM|
tech in here might help you with what you need and the different pistons in the efi years.
i couldnt find anything in the classifieds
1968-1972 460 pistons stock dish, -12 cc, 1.76 compression height
1973-1986 460 pistons stock dish, -22cc, 1.75 compression height
1987-1992 460 EFI pistons stock dish, -7 cc 1.76 compression height
1993-1997 460 EFI pistons stock dish, -15cc, 1.77 compression height
|08-15-2019 09:29 PM|
|Juztyn00||That's what I'm shooting for, only hoping I don't have to waste a day at the Picknpull pulling another engine out just for a piston. Hoping someone had one or a source for one.|
|08-15-2019 09:20 PM|
|2big bronco||If you want to be really cheap just drop the piston out of the oil pan, run a quick drill powered hone and shove a junkyard piston back in. It's a 460, it will be fine.|
|08-15-2019 08:17 PM|
Ford 460 guys, help me be a cheapass...
95 Ford F250, No compression on one cyl, Torn down, find broken rings and a broken piston, cyl will be fine with light hone, Issue being I can only find a sealed power piston ($17) which has the "shallow" oil grove which requires I buy a full set of premium rings for $123. I rather buy the set of standard rings for $22 that could be used on the rest of the pistons to freshen it up. Anyone have a std stock piston sitting on shelf by chance?