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My wife bought a 1968 Ford Mustang which has a 1980 302 cubic inch engine. Can anyone tell me where to find a power steering bracket for the power steering pump(we have a new power steering pump). Please reply
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You can find them on e-bay, CJ Pony Parts, National Parts Depot.
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Is the lower Radiator hose on the "New Motor" Correct, on the Passengers side.

Belt arrangement late Model, or Pre 70?

Head bolt Diameter, is it stock 68, or late model --Which one?

Both are absoultely necerrasy aspects to mount a 68 Pump.

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Thanks so much for your reply, don't know exactly, got in late tonite, but will look at it tomorrow, may have to get back with you
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Back to Dan@chockostang, the hose to radiator is on the passenger side, the motor is a 1980 302 cubic inch, the top head bolt is 3/8" and the bottom head bolt is 5/16"( there was a piece of a homemade bracket attached to these bolts.
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Back to Dan@chockostang, the hose to radiator is on the passenger side, the motor is a 1980 302 cubic inch, the top head bolt is 3/8" and the bottom head bolt is 5/16"( there was a piece of a homemade bracket attached to these bolts.
The Lower Radiator hose located on the Passengers side is with out doubt correct for the 67-69 Mustang Small block.

So, the "Newer" motor has been fitted with the early water pump--GOOD.

Next, the Head bolts are 3/8" GREAT, it has the early heads as well.

This combination will accept, bolt on, the Factory Pump brackets for the small block.

Aluminum bracket, a C7AA, the flat steel will be the one with hole, the one without hole is a 69 351W.

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Thanks so much for responding, so exactly what do I need to order, and where can I get it?
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