1969-1/2 and Later Ford 302-351
Performance Series Ford Pulleys
Increases horsepower by reducing accessory drag and eliminates belt throwing. 12.5 HP at rear wheels. These pulleys have been designed for normal street driving.
Power & Amp Series
March Ford Pulleys increase horsepower by reducing accessory drag. 11 HP at rear wheels. Perfect for vehicles with automatic transmission or high-amperage need. Designed to give superb performance while maintaining perfect electrical charging, even at idle. They are excellent for harsh stop-and-go driving.
High Water Flow Series
March Ford Pulleys increase cooling by speeding up water flow and fan speed. This is crucial during critical low-speed driving when most overheating occurs. High Water Flow Ratios pulleys are just what you need to prevent overheating.
Steel Sets are precision machined to run perfectly true. High-carbon billet steel covered with iron phosphate and then powdercoated high-gloss black polyester for maximum rust prevention.
Aluminum Sets are machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum for extra strength and wear. Pulleys are also hard coated on all high wear surfaces to increase pulley life. Finished with a "No Polishing" clear powdercoat.
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