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10-07-2012 06:01 PM
Scuzzy69 Scuzz agin n I Bought a Later 226 FlatHead Ford Six n now in search of Parts to Freshin it up-Rings n Bearings-Posably Pistons-Havnt tore it down Yet but was Told it ran OK.
10-02-2012 09:40 PM
good torquer

We had a 48 ford truck with the flat head six on the ranch when I ws a kid, It would climb the hills in granny first gear the some of the jeeps had trouble with.
10-02-2012 04:53 PM
Scuzzy69 Ya its a InLine Six-FlatHead, Ford came out with it sometime in the Early to Mid 40's, I have had 2 of them n they R Great Engines! The one I got now is the Early one n has the Dis on Front=Early 47, later in the Year about October I Believe it was UpDated with a Sid Dis n a Mild Compresion Bump up. Thanks, Scuzzy69
10-02-2012 04:36 PM
Originally Posted by Scuzzy69 View Post
Its a 47 Custom Deluxe, Standard n all stock with a 226 Flat Six n 3 on the tree
Do you mean inline six? There were very few flat engines used in automobiles. The last American, I think, was in the Corvair.

10-02-2012 08:15 AM
Originally Posted by justold View Post
A little moore information , like make and model !
Its a 47 Custom Deluxe, Standard n all stock with a 226 Flat Six n 3 on the tree
10-02-2012 07:07 AM
justold A little moore information , like make and model !
10-02-2012 05:11 AM
Motor Fit

Scuzzy here n I got a 47 Tudor with a Early Flat Six with the Dis on Front Drove by Cam, Will a Later Flat Six with Side Dis Bolt in or are they Difrent? Thanks in advance! Scuzz

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