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Old 10-04-2006, 02:31 AM
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Cleveland in a 64 Ranchero?

I've seen Windsors in these, will a cleveland fit?
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Might, but it would be very tight on the spring towers, headers or even stock exhaust would be tough to get at.... Do some measuring, if there's room you can make it work if you want to bad enough. If it's too tight, a little notching on the towers isn't that difficult, either. Got tired of battling the towers on my '67, went to a MII type IFS with rack and pinion steering, cut the towers out. Room enough for my 514 now!!!!!
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it can be done with stock manifolds and a bfh adjustment on the shock towers. but most of the guys at www.tffn.net , which is the ford falcon news, one of the largest falcon sites, use a mustang II front end and remove the shock towers.
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