>Subject: [MV] M37 engine swaps
>Hello the List:
>My recently acquired '53 M37 came complete with a blown engine (and
>not even the correct original one either). I am considering continuing this
>nefarious tradition and installing a more modern engine.
>Now I realize that the above statement will offend some of the more
>sensitive purists, and to you I offer my humble apologies, but after all it
>MY truck. Hey, I'm a sensitive guy too, so if I can, I'd like to put a Dodge
>engine in it. Maybe a 318 cu in? I would like to hear from anyone willing
>to share their experiences and recommendations with regard to engine
>swaps. I will listen to lmost any ideas except the ones that begin "First
>thing you do is get a cutting torch...."
>Y'know Paul Caudell at MARS has an interesting solution with the
>Hercules 3.7 liter turbo diesel, but I plugged the numbers into a
>spreadsheet and an engine that turns only 2800 rpm will not give decent
>highway speeds even with the 4.89 gears.
>Can we get a discussion started on this subject? Thanks much.
>Methow, WA USA
i write: in the back of the last military vehicles magazine in the
classifieds there's an
ad from someone offering a step by step instruction
package with photos for
an m-37 engine swap. they're asking $38 us for the
info.if you want the number
i can get it. i don't know the person i just saw
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