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The Centurion with the 7.3 non-turbo I was asking about in thishttp://fullsizebronco.com/forum/showthread.php?t=63001&highlight=Centurion previous post....I bought it

It is a 2WD. That sux, but I don't plan on wheel'n it, just pull'n my bronk

It's a 91 c-350 2wd w/7.3 non-turbo E4OD, 10.25 rear
163,000 on it but that's noth'n for those motors
power windows and door locks
No 3rd row seat:shrug

I drove it and it ran great.....it had just as much power as the older turboed cummins'

No leaks, newer brakes, new tires....I couldn't go wrong

I run it out of fuel on the test drive:whiteflag ....gauge don't work correctly I guess
It also had a bit of a driveline vibration (Bad U-joint)
A little bit of BD on the passenger side rear
And of course.....rear window motor is shot

That pretty much sums it up, Heres some pics
http://www.supermotors.org/vehicles/registry/detail.php?id=12131&s=33322#content
 

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Buck The Bronco said:
I shouldn't have to worry about the transmission too much

My dad has been runnin his own tranny shop for the past 10 yrs. or more so I'm not a stranger to buiding e4ods....I think he might even have a couple sitt'n on the shelf
Oo, really? Next time I'm staying in Nebraska can I swing by and be a fly on the wall? :toothless:
 

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i am driving th e factory tubro'd model f350 dually dialy, but with a 5 speed, its not to bad.

and that mileage is somehting to be weary of. betyween electrolisis, spinning bearings, and the valve train falling out it is somehting to worry about, but for 2g its fine.
i have had 3 blow up and wreck the block with under 100k.
 
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