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Old 01-21-2011, 04:13 PM
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What 351 heads do i have

i obtained some heads today and dont know which they are
all i can find numbers wise is 351 / 8(assuming 8 cylinder)/ o5ae and underneath that it says ca. It seems to be a 351c 4V but im trying to figure it out.

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Old 01-21-2011, 05:17 PM
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That's a Windsor head, not a Cleveland. Probably 1975-81, are you sure that "o5ae" isn't "D5AE"?? "D5" is 1975 casting code. Nothing special about that head.

EDIT: You posted more while I was typing, yup - thats "D5AE".

You might want to Google Cleveland head pictures, they look a lot different. Easy to tell apart.
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Here's some cleveland 4v head pics for you.
Completely different head.

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Old 01-21-2011, 05:39 PM
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Here's some cleveland 4v head pics for you.
Completely different head.

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thx cole.

meh these were given to me anyways for free. shop on base had em in a cabinet for 7 years the manager said. and said i could have em. i also got some nice older literature
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Shoot yeah free is always good .



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never had plans on building another ford. the literature he gave me were these

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Old 01-21-2011, 06:20 PM
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That's some good old classic stuff you have there. Nice to have just to have but i like thing's like that.


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That's some good old classic stuff you have there. Nice to have just to have but i like thing's like that.


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reading some of the books and these books are 100x better then literature today on cars. reading on how to rebuild the turbo hydramatic trannies atm hehe.
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reading some of the books and these books are 100x better then literature today on cars. reading on how to rebuild the turbo hydramatic trannies atm hehe.
Yep gotta love it.


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those are open chamber windsor not worth much. the heads, the pics ELOC posted in the #4 post are cleveland heads, open chambered 4V heads are also not worth much. the hot setup is the 4V, closed chamber heads with screw in studs, adjustable rockers.

even better are the cleveland aussie heads, closed chamber heads with 2V ports...
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reading some of the books and these books are 100x better then literature today on cars. reading on how to rebuild the turbo hydramatic trannies atm hehe.
He did you a favor! That is nearly the exact same thing I used to do my first TH350/400 builds and what I used for my first diff set up. They are GOOD.
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He did you a favor! That is nearly the exact same thing I used to do my first TH350/400 builds and what I used for my first diff set up. They are GOOD.
I agree Mark, These are good to have around.


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He did you a favor! That is nearly the exact same thing I used to do my first TH350/400 builds and what I used for my first diff set up. They are GOOD.
im trying to plan ahead for a next project see what im getting myself into and have a plan of what i want to do. before i get the car. probably gonna be starting getting all the motor/drivetrain ready before i go car hunting.
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