Com, All Rights Reserved Any content that is not property of RamchargerCentral. Topic: 413 Dodge 6 Cyl. Open 8am to noon Saturday, close at 5pm during the week. Response: Re: 413 Dodge 6 Cyl. The carbs are the correct Carter E9G1's. The torque peak is something like 2600rpm. If you're looking just for torque to tow or haul, it'll be O.
Think you need a body lift to clear the water pump, can't remember? The truck has a 5 spd trans coupled to a 3 spd trans. It may have the long flange used on the early wedge engines. I am going to run it to see how it sounds and runs initially. I'm on the fence about getting it. Hemi Andersen wrote that changing the crankshaft also meant the need for an eccentric weight in the harmonic balancer, and the addition of a weight to the torque converter.
Now we get to the heads, which are not only taller, but also have different porting on both the intake and exhaust side, so both intake and exhaust manifolds won't interchange. Attachments Awesome Shag, that's awfully decent of ya - I certainly don't begrudge someone from acting on a deal when it comes up. The picture shown on the linked image is obviously retouched; but, did they actually paint the hoods black as shown? Anyway it does really well in that truck, we have hauled some massive loads with it and it does so without a wimper. Any Dodge Truck rated over one ton was considered a Medium Duty Truck, and these trucks were available from D-400 to D-700 in size. If you are looking for a big block with lots of power, you better look elsewhere or prepare for a complete rebuild to get more compression and basically change the engine's original intent.
I am working on the real big boy of Dodge heavy trucks, a 549 gas burner. You will need to have your block tested before boring it as. You can just remove the water pump and install freeze plugs. You find them in alot of old dump trucks, too. I know, I know Seriously, I want that driveline. Isn't Dodges 413 a V8? Response: Re: 413 Dodge 6 Cyl. They sell the military surplus.
It is pulling two trailers in tandem, having nine axles as well. The photos and historical information on his site are breathtaking. What is notable about these trucks is their design features and cab construction. L-1000 Tilt Cab L-1000 With Babe 25K 59K Images Submitted by Steve Dreibelbis. And the compression is more like ~7. They got a numericially higher 'dash' designation with the -3 the heaviest duty.
Vehicles D-300 and up were built on straight frames, leaving the engine lower in its compartment. Displacements are 281, 306, 331, 377 and the 413. I forget if it is a 331 or 336 cu. Thus, the 1960 Chrysler 300F and 1961 300G had a long-tube ram induction system, boosting power to 495 pound-feet; it remained on the option sheets for Chrysler 300s through the 1964 cars. You could run it as is, or you can yank the heads and water pump and switch to some standard heads. Get the 65 as its the only one that uses a driveshaft slip yoke.
Medium duty trucks covered C-500 through C-700 trucks, while heavy duty was reserved to desiginate C-900 and C-1000 trucks. I went there, but no luck. Compression ratios were also raised as the level of each engine increased 413-2 vs 413-3, for instance. A closer look revealed a Chrysler straight eight with a 2 barrel carb. Chrysler standardized the stroke of each series: the B-engines had a 3.
And new they were very expensive. For more information take some time to visit a great site that is dedicated to. Would like to hear from Brian Setlak who originally said he had one. Is this something I can deal with or should I just forget it and resell it. Went back and looked at it after work: front sump oil pan, 2bbl Autolite carb, but it does have the center dump manifolds. Chrysler Corporation in no way endorses or is affiliated with this site. The one I saw was near Bowmanville Ontario Canada.
So why not join us? Thanks to Eddie Hostler, Curtis Redgap, and the Mopar Engines and books. Response: Re: 413 Dodge 6 Cyl. It was a real puller --not fast but plenty of power. There were some very large gasoine 6 cylinder engines that were used in fairly large trucks back in the 40's and through the 50's. Tried to contact Brian Setlak in Michigan who said he had one, some months ago, on the board here. A closer look revealed a Chrysler straight eight with a 2 barrel carb. Image from Dodge Truck Sales Literature D-series Sweptline Era truck bodies were prevalent in the Medium Duty category clear through to late 1973 when the new Life-Style Era cab was utilized in place of the older body style.