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06-30-2002 09:24 PM
mustang66maniac Edelbrock makes one specifically for 5.0L engines. (86-95) It sells for $213 off summits website. PN: 7893
06-30-2002 01:48 PM
FASTFORD i think the pete jackson gear drive is for small block ford 62 to 95. you could ask a rep at summit or jegs. they cost around $220. i`m curious now,let me know if this works out.thanks.
06-30-2002 10:28 AM
noisy gear drive in a computer 302?

I would love to hear the sound of a noisy gear drive in my pickup. I have a 1993 F-150 with a 302 automatic in it. I can't find anything for it. They all are for older non-computerized engines. Does anyone know of putting this in a 93' 302?
Thanks, Chris.

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