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coryh 09-14-2021 09:07 AM

427 Bellhousing and clutch fork
Was wondering if anyone could confirm if SA originally used a Ford bell housing and Ford clutch fork in their 427 builds and if so which combination.
There are many Ford clutch fork combinations but due to frame clearance issues I have read, unconfirmed, that the C4AZ-7515-A 12" clutch fork was used with the big input top loader.
The only bell housing ID I've come up with is the C5AA-6394-A that is listed for the 1965-67 427 manual transmission.
Thank you

incoming 09-14-2021 04:09 PM

I personally wouldn't use an oem Ford bell housing if I was going to beat on the car in any way. Granted, the old guys did. They didn't have possible Chinese rotating parts turning 7k rpms three inches from their knees?

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