"I am assuming you are running a 360 FE in your 250. 3" is for 550 hp & up from what I read. A stock 360 should be just fine with 2" pipes. It just doesn't have enough compression in it to fill 2" pipes to capacity let alone…"
"I need to replace the pipes and mufflers on my 68 F250. Currently, the pipes are about 2 inches in diameter. Is there any benefits, or problems, if I install bigger (3 inch) pipes and muffler without replacing the current exhaust manifolds?…"
I have a 68 f100 with a granny gear. I want to keep the truck as original as possable. It has a 350 rear end. What would be the best ring and pinion to use all 4 gears, instead of starting in 2nd and get the BEST gas milage on highways and around town. I live in WV, the Mountain State
I feel for you Shawn! I just got done replacing the floors in my '52 Suburban. The more you take it apart the worse they get. Well worth it though. I'll be cool when finished. Get the assembly manual before you start. (E-bay usaully has one). It tell where and how many spot welds there are. Sometimes they are hard to see and you sratch your head for an hour trying to figure out what's holding a panel in. I ended up putting new inner and outer cowel panels in as well. Just finished corners and the quarter panel between the back of the door and the rear wheel well. Almost done with the metal work. Building a rolled pan now. Good Luck!