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  1. tapkoote
    07-28-2014 04:25 PM - permalink
    Hello Jeff
    I blew a water pump seal on my garenteedforlife auto-zone water pump.
    At the track I'm shifting at 5000, temperatures are fine with a stock 68 cougar pump.
    Do you know if this is a quality pump?
    Does high volume equal higher pressure or just volume?
    Thanks Pat
  2. JeffB
    04-09-2014 12:38 PM - permalink
    Well,you used the wrong mounts which is affecting clearance on the exhaust, motor mounts are late Mustang Autozone Duralast 2725 and 2726 transmission mount is a 2253 see these pics for the mods you should do:THE H.A.M.B. If you want to add headers use HEDMAN 88400 they clear everything with zero mods needed.
  3. papasgonefishin
    04-09-2014 09:13 AM - permalink
    hey jeff, Ive got to go to work right now but will respond this afternoon but for now, yes front sump [68 stang ebay] I fabbed my motor mounts plates and used a 70 bronco motor mount. but have heard that late 60s mustang motor mounts are a direct fit, not sure about that but wished I'd heard that earlier,making my adapter plates was a royal pain. I dropped ther tranny mount about 1/12 inch and reformed my trans tunnel then mounted a b&m shifter #80776 with a b&m aod adapter kit#40496. now I'm dealing with custom shroud.I put in a double pass aluminum radiator race application [speedway#917-341-22].the trans mount is a 1992 ford van . don't have that #. This is definitely more fun than work but gotta go. hope this helps a little. Oh by the way the driver side exhaust manifold did not clear so I used a 1965 ford fairlane manifold, it does not drop into the steering box but goes straight back. of course custom dual exhaust to be added. I kept stock brakes but went through them completely
  4. 59fordwagon
    01-28-2014 10:07 AM - permalink
    Hey JeffB,
    It seems that you are the go to guy for info on swaping from a Ford Y block to 351 windsor. I'm working on a 59 Ford wagon. The 292 it had in it was scrambled when I bought it. I'm going with a built 351 windsor and an AOD trans. What motor mounts and trans mounts could I use with little or no fabrication. I'm limited in skills. I was told that I would need a front sump, do you have part numbers. I'm thinking going with a floor shifter and replacing the steering cloumn with a tilt. Do you know what shifter would do the job? Also what headers will fit without clearance problems? I know I'm asking alot of questions, this is my first swap and I want to do it right. Thanks in advance for any help. 59fordwagon.

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