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Old Yesterday, 02:25 PM   #1
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Default 226G vs 226H

I'm thinking of going to the H 226 to replace my G 226. Will the H set right in place or will some mods have to be made for the motor mounts.
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>>>I'm thinking of going to the H 226 to replace my G 226>>>


Why? Jack E/NJ
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I've had nothing but headaches and problems with this motor from day 1,
overheating, parts problems (oil pump parts arent available i had to have a machine shop work on the body) gaskets are becoming harder to fine
Its a pain in the butt to work on the distributor,
belts arent available for the generator/fan - has dual belts setup which is hard to get/keep in adjustment

shall i keep going?
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Is it the original G? Jack E/NJ
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Ford "G" Six on display at the Early Ford V8 Foundation Museum. Auburn, Indiana.
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