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01-22-2004 10:59 PM
01-22-2004 09:47 PM
OddRodder Isn't the Isuzu the same as the S-series trucks in 94' ? If so, I would look for a 4.3 to swap in!
01-22-2004 09:36 PM
not a rod question but an engine swap question for a daily driver..

My boss is selling a 94 Isuzu truck for like 500 bucks. It's a nice little truck and it'd make a decent dail driver until my 55 or 66 is done. I was wondering about an engine swap though I know isuzu makes v6's and I'd rather have a 6 in a truck then a 4. I was wondering if anyone has tried anything like this or has any idea how this would work? I don't know, would I have to change the front springs? thanks for reading..


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