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08-16-2019 01:28 PM
Juztyn00
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Originally Posted by crazydave View Post
OP is so tight he probably squeaks when he walks.








Ferd parts aren't cheap, about $300 worth of parts ordered from Rockauto to freshen up the engine, Going to go ahead and re-ringing all all the pistons and slap in a new set of bearings. only has 110k on it but looks like the previous owner was lax on oil changes. I couldn't even tell it was missing when I was driving it, just was pushing oil up into the air box.

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Originally Posted by jr4x View Post
Keep me informed on how this pans out. I've got a 70K mile 460 from a 97 that did the same thing. Had a wrecked 90 with 286K, swapped the old engine into the newer truck and its still running. I'd like to fix the broke piston one the same way, on the cheap re-ring re-bearing and stuff it an older pickup.
Got the caliper out and checked the piston I pulled and it has the shallow metric rings already so the only choice was the expensive ring set.
08-16-2019 11:30 AM
crazydave OP is so tight he probably squeaks when he walks.








08-16-2019 11:25 AM
jr4x
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Originally Posted by Juztyn00 View Post
Perfect, found what I needed and got it ordered... thank you..
Keep me informed on how this pans out. I've got a 70K mile 460 from a 97 that did the same thing. Had a wrecked 90 with 286K, swapped the old engine into the newer truck and its still running. I'd like to fix the broke piston one the same way, on the cheap re-ring re-bearing and stuff it an older pickup.
08-16-2019 09:21 AM
LeviGarrett76 no problem, anything to keep me from working
08-16-2019 07:52 AM
Juztyn00
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Originally Posted by LeviGarrett76 View Post
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
https://www.460ford.com/forum/37-eng...fi-piston.html

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

Perfect, found what I needed and got it ordered... thank you..
08-16-2019 07:02 AM
[486] 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
LeviGarrett76 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
https://www.460ford.com/forum/37-eng...fi-piston.html

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
Juztyn00
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?

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