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Old 07-13-2008, 11:23 PM
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Looking for a part! help please

Hey, i really need help looking for a part, Im lookin for engine towers , (im not sure if thats correct term) the piece that connects the motor to the frame , anyways I have been searching for a pair for a few months. I need any 2wd f100 1967-1979 351/400m, 351c, 351, 302 engine towers i will pay very good for them and come to you. Thanks!
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Sorry, all mine are FE- I know one of the local junkyards here had some in trucks, don't know if they got scrapped yet or not though.
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ya its an obselete part which is kinda a pain, i live in olympia and the junkyards around here suck..ive been lookin for a pair of these forever, i got a 79 400m in my 68 f100 its using the old engine towers so its sits really odd, it stopped me from being able to fit my headers short or full length
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Give a call to Eastside Auto Wrecking in Bremerton at (360) 377-7651, they had some M-powered trucks last year when I was in there.
You can also try searching on car-part.com, but a lot of that stuff is either gone or not cataloged.
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try giving those guys a call... since they are in vancover, it might help you a bit.. i THINK they will ship it to you?
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hmm alright ill give them a call
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ya its an obselete part which is kinda a pain, i live in olympia and the junkyards around here suck..ive been lookin for a pair of these forever, i got a 79 400m in my 68 f100 its using the old engine towers so its sits really odd, it stopped me from being able to fit my headers short or full length
I spend more than my fair share of time out at pick a part in Tummwater. Keep checking there with them as the inventory they have moves all the time. Sometimes it sucks there and the next week I am in heaven.
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I spend more than my fair share of time out at pick a part in Tummwater. Keep checking there with them as the inventory they have moves all the time. Sometimes it sucks there and the next week I am in heaven.
my luck with pick a part... and pull apart... is they never have anything pre 72...

so how did they work out for you???
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1969/79 F100/150 302 2WD & 1977/79 F100/350 351M/400 2WD engine mount brackets (towers, supports, stands, perches, whatever) are the same.

D7TZ-6028-B (351M/400) replaced D0TZ-6028-A (302).

D7TZ-6029-B (351M/400) replaced D0TZ-6029-A (302).
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I know, ive been looking for a f100 with a small block in general for a while now..no luck...and the ones that do have them the owners only want to sell the whole truck..my search continues
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I know, ive been looking for a f100 with a small block in general for a while now..no luck...and the ones that do have them the owners only want to sell the whole truck..my search continues
Use the numbers Bill gave you and order from Ford. Napa might also have the replacement part.
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