- 1979 to 1993 reverse rotation water pump with driver side lower radiator hose (Will not work with Ford Explorer water pumps)
- 90-degree thermostat housing
- 4-bolt balancer (aftermarket balancer may require spacer)
- Water pump flange to damper face measurement 3.250 in.
Designed to fit both carb and fuel injected motors with reverse rotation water pumps, this great-looking compact serpentine drive kit mounts A/C low and under the alternator using a unique 1-piece bracket. It requires reverse rotation water pump on kits with power steering and A/C with 3.25" from balancer face to water pump mounting flange face. Two power steering brackets are available: one for mounting a standard Ford Mustang pump or another for mounting a Saginaw-style pump.
Will this fit my 1965 mustang?
Would this fit in 83 ford f100
is this a complete engine? and will this fit on a 1985 Mustang GT
Would a transmission of a 03 mustang fit on it?
Will this work on my 03 V6 Ford mustang transmission?
Does it cone with carb. Val cover nanfold
Will this fit my 2003 ford Mustang
Will this engine work in my truck. I have a 95 f150 xl and wanting to convert from 4.9 fuel injection to carbarated 5.0
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