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Old 07-17-2005, 09:58 PM
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Engine lifting bracket

For the junk yard Junkie's - I found an engine lifting bracket from a Windstar v6 (yr? - v6 I think) that fits perfectly on our BB6's 240/300 on the last 2 manifold bolts. Measures 4 3/8 between bolt holes and has an oblong hole of 1 3/8 x 7/8 for the chain, 1/8 thick. I have used this bracket for a while now and works great. On the Windstar this bracket is on the pass. side. Good Hunting! Drumrod.
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