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Is it possible to swap out the one piece back glass out for a sliding rear window? I like those better plus I feel that with the triangle front windows it would look better together.
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Yes. It is possible.



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I've done it before using a string

check for some youtube directions


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Ok so another question is where might be a good place to look for one? Also how do I tell what engine family my engine is? I know its probably not the BOSS but how do I tell wether its the small block windsor or the modular V8?
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if your '95 F150 has a V-8 you have either a 5.0 or 5.8 windsor
post your VIN # and we can tell you all about it


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The Upper intake Plenum will I.D the engine you have. In 92-96 the only available V8's were the 5.0L 302cid or the 5.8L 351cid in the F150, both of which are Windsor family engines. The Modular engines are a totally different animal compared to the Windsor. The Modulars are overhead cam vs the Windsors overhead valve pushrod design. Also the Modulars didn't show up until model year 1997 F150.

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Where might I find a good rebuild kit? Should I do the bearings or just make sure I check them really well? I want to completely rebuild the engine and trans? For now I just want to keep it simple and stay stock and then as time and money permit build an engine and trans with some more power behind it.
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