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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-04-2010, 12:45 PM Thread Starter
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Hyd. slave bracket

I need a hydraulic slave cylinder bracket (E4TZ-7A544A) for a 89 F-150. I am putting an upgrade on my '68 F-100 using a Clevor engine that didn't have the stud boss in the block. I could also use the master, slave & line if you can get me some numbers/prices.

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A clevor? I haven't seen one of those built in a LOOOOOOONG time. Just out of curiousity, why did you not just go with a set of aftermarket windsor heads?

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A clevor? I haven't seen one of those built in a LOOOOOOONG time. Just out of curiousity, why did you not just go with a set of aftermarket windsor heads?
really?
I see them from time to time on corral.net

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Well I haven't been looking for one, and usually the only time I go on corral.net is to look for something in the classifieds, but the last time I just stumbled across one was back in 02 or 03.

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I was just out of Engineering school and was looking for an efficent powerplant-one with a good rod to stroke ratio using factory parts. The clincher was when I found a pair of Australian Cleveland 2V heads with the closed chambers. The ole truck had a 351C when I got it but knew it would be expensive to build.

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