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I have e-6 350's . do you want 2 or 4 valve, engine brake, frontal cooled or tip turbine? thanks larry

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Housby mack in des moines or manders in lakeville minn. maybe mike harbison might have one. terry

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i would like a engine brake and i dk what the rest of that means i not a mack engine dude. i no more cat and cummins

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Where are you going to locate the charge air cooler for the big HP in a L model Mack?

With engine mounted CAC you can go with 285 HP, 300-315 HP or early 350 HP Mack engines.

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Windrock truck parts has a rebuilt e6 4 valve 350 with engine brake for sale and a e6 2 valve 300 that's fresh also.

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I was think about mounting in front of the rad.

Hmmmm.....ok....

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What it is a l model cab and a fiber glass tilt hood. But I have a frame i think will work. So I am build this truck for parts. And how much is they asking for them engine.

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funny how as soon as Superdog Mike pointed out the hood you have for sale in the parts section is for an L model, now your building an L model.......hmmmmmph good luck stickin that air cooler in front of a little L model radiator

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funny how as soon as Superdog Mike pointed out the hood you have for sale in the parts section is for an L model, now your building an L model.......hmmmmmph good luck stickin that air cooler in front of a little L model radiator

I was just thinkin that

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I was going to sell it then I got thinking about it. And it an L cab but a b model tilt hood. And I dk how to remove post

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I ve looked at this problem with the air to air my self a couple thoughts.

Maybe under the frame with ducking and fans?

A fake pass side fuel tank look alike. With air to air inside.

I've seen B's with dual air cleaners why not one that's some kind of air to air.

Be hind the cab with fans.

It can be done, cause if you think of a bus there air to air and its all in the rear. You just have to find or direct your air flow.

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