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2000 F250 Manual Bellhousing Spacer Plate

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Old 09-04-2014, 10:26 AM
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2000 F250 Manual Bellhousing Spacer Plate

Anybody know where to come across one? Just redid my clutch and put it all back together, but couldn't get one bolt in at the very top of the trans that holds the fuel line bracket, and now that part of the plate rubs against my flywheel every time it runs. I have the 5.4 motor. After doing some searching, I've come across this plate on google: Lakewood® RM-6009 - Ford F-250 2000-2010 QuickTime? 1/8" Bellhousing Motor Plate

However, that is not what my plate looked like. Believe it or not, this 5.4 mustang plate actually is identical in appearance to my plate: Ford Racing Mustang Bellhousing Spacer Plate - Manual M-7007-A (96-10 4.6L, 5.4L) - Free Shipping

I'm wondering if that mustang plate will work for me? Or if not, anyone know why the recommended plate for my truck looks different than what's in my truck?

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