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Are the Accessory Brackets on my 351w the same as a 302? Only reason I'm asking is I want to put a 302 in my Bco. I'm in the planning stages now and want to make sure I don't need different Brackets for the A/C or Alt or stuff like that.

Currently working on a deal for a 302 HO that is out of a 1994 Mustang.

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Yo pal,

Here are pics of a 130 amp (3G) Installation in an 93 Bronco 5.8 by Bobby showing location.

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http://fullsizebronco.com/forum/23-technical-write-ups/35149-93-bronco-95-amp-130-amp-conversion.html

My 96 5.0 has alternator in same location.

93 5.0 Alternator pic by kingpinfarr (My Lil Mule) ... same as in my 96 5.0alt3.jpg

I checked Engine Conversion Kits for Bronco & Ford Trucks (sales catalog w/pics & descriptions) at http://www.landlproducts.com
Source: by L&L landlproducts.com butnothing for your year, but give them a call.

1994 5.0
Source: by rooster454 (Hellga) - engine bay pic, passenger side w/fender, bumper, grille & head light trim removed in a 95 5.0 @ http://www.supermotors.net/registry/19133/71488-2

1994 5.0 

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Saginaw Power steering pump brackets:

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Source: by pfun41

 

1995 5.0 
Source: by exfrog1985 - engine bay pic from front

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1995 5.0  
Source: by just_a_warning (Gronco) - engine bay pics

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See more pics at http://www.supermotors.net/registry/24908/79955-2

Same as my 96 5.0

 

Will look for bracket pics soon

 

 

 

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Yo,

1996 5.0 
Source: by David C (Zak the Bronc, Big Green and Ugly, Dangling Dave) - Bronco Air York OBA installation, Saginaw installation

 

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Yo,

TS 90150 wrote; "When I swapped my 90 from 302 to 351 the brackets are the same. Just more holes. The 351 uses the widest while the 302 uses the narrower ones. This is on a serpentine pulley system," he has a 90 F150, but I'm pretty sure it is same as Bronco.

 

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Lol, thats a lot of info for what I was hoping was just a yes or no question :lol: Just wondering beause I wanted to save on the cost and hassle of new brackets. Thanks for all the links.

 

 The deal for the 1994 302 HO fell through but I'm keeping my eyes open for another engine.

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why in the world would you want to go with that much a smaller engine? 

just rebuild the 351 

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Had a 302 and currently have a 351 that was rebuilt by the previous owner 46k ago. I like how the 302 intake fits lower in the engine bay due to the shorter height of the block, the engine ides smoother, snappier to the throttle, and has a lighter sound then the 351. I don't think the 351 is a bad engine I just like the 302 better.

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