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Old 02-13-2012, 03:27 PM
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Hello Everyone!

Hello fellow Oregonians.

How's everyone doing today?!

I've made a couple post on this site although I can't remember what they were about!

Anyways, I've got a project motor that i'm building and i need a couple parts for it, and i figure why not try to keep money in Oregon right? I'm kinda like the Oregon Lottery.

So here's the deal. I've got a 351w that was pulled from an 1989 Bronco. I've sent it to the shop and had the cylinder's bored .030 over and the cranked turned .010 over and under.

So I know that you're all thinking GREAT JOB! I'm thinking the same thing too.

I'm not actually putting the motor into a Bronco or Pickup. I'm actually going to put it in a 1968 LTD, which originally had the 302 in it.

Basically, im looking for brackets: Alternator, Power Steering and AC Bypass pulley. I know I can buy the bypass pulley from auto zone, but like i said earlier, i'd rather put money in someone's pocket as oppose to a companies.

The engine itself is coming across nicely. I'm currently in the process of lapping the valves. First time, but i hear it's relatively easy.

If anyone has any of the brackets i'm looking for and they're willing to part with them, I would greatly appreciate it. Then again, I don't even know if i'm posting in the right section.

I plan on having the motor and transmission (AOD upgraded from FMX) in by spring.

If you have any questions for me, feel free to post or send me a message.

P.S. I know this is a Truck forums, but i figure since the motor came out of a ford truck, so i think i'm safe.
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