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Old 07-15-2005, 11:00 PM
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87 jeep wagoneer and diesel

Hey guys! My husband is planing on putting a 1992 ford international diesal in a 1987 jeep wagoneer and I neeed to know if anyone has an idea if that's a good choice if i want to consider fuel mileage and whatever because IF this isn't a good idea I will leave him. Whatever! Really guys, what is ya'lls suggestions?

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Old 08-03-2005, 09:11 PM
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Welcome to the board. You are new so donít know the ins and outs yet. This forum is intended for general introductions only. Tech questions posted here donít get the coverage they deserve. Repost your question in the engine forum and it will have a good chance of being answered. Read the Newbie threads at the top of every forum for lots of good site info like this.
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Diesel is a good choice for fuel economy, I know guys running powerstrokes getting 18-20mpg in 3/4 ton trucks. I'm not sure if the 92 models had a turbo or not, you definatley want a turbo or you will have a real dog on your hands.
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