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    Default WTT: 5.4L iron block for 4.6L aluminum

    I have a used 5.4L NVH block out of a 2002 F-150, recently cleaned and honed, standard bore. Iron, baby! It has been kept climate controlled and well lubricated since the work was done. Pictures below. Want to trade for a stock 4.6L aluminum block, preferrably 2005 or higher. Free transportation in the Houston area. PM me if interested.

    I also have the associated steel crank, which can be part of the deal. Standard stroke, needs cleaning.




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    PM sent!!!

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    Will also take $350 plus shipping... or free delivery in greater Houston.

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