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I know of three different versions of the pump brackets used on the 64/65 289, are there others?



http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/files/attachments/med_1220185902-289eatonpsbrkt3.jpg

http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/files/attachments/med_1220185756-289eatonpump.jpg

http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/files/attachments/med_1220187243-289eatonpsbrkt2.jpg

The back bracket looks the same on the first two but the third picture shows
the back bracket not extended out as much so the pump would sit closer to the head.

Is it the production date that determines which version is used?
Were these all used in the Mustang or is one from another Ford car?
 

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My April 1st, 1964.5 260 V8 pump brackets look like the bottom version. There is one thing about my engine I have not seen on other 260 V8s, The PCV valve is located in a tube that is connected between the carb and the breather port at the back of the engine where some engines without PCV valves have a draft tube. The valve covers have no openings.

If anyone else have this setup on their engines, I would like to see a reply.
 

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Here's my setup and it works with air conditioning.

http://www.mustangmods.com/ims/u/782/1004/253483.jpg

Early October '64 San Jose build. However, I have no proof that it's original to the car, but I have owned it since '79.
 

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I am rebiulding a Feb. 65 FB and it has brackets close the first one. If I may ask a question here, I didn't get the pulley with the car. I bought it off the net. What diameter should it be?
thank you.
 

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I have an early style and later style pulleys and they are both 6 3/8" outside diameter. What assembly plant was your car built.
 

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Eaton w/ AC

Found this years ago in a junkyard. Quite interesting set-up, and I had al aluminum one made to match the steel one.
 

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Found this years ago in a junkyard. Quite interesting set-up, and I had al aluminum one made to match the steel one.
Thats a rare piece!
Some of the add on A/C companies back then sure had
to put some engineering into their kits.
 

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65 fastback eaton pump set up

Hey Guys I am restoring my 1965 FB it has this set up. But My car originally came with Non PS . I am converting it back.


asking $225.00 plus shipping

1. complete pump system
2. all brackets
3. Center link and valving all lines mounting hardware
4. Ram unit

Was in good condition no leaks.


Guido
 

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1965 Mustang A/C compressor mount with Eaton PS

Found this years ago in a junkyard. Quite interesting set-up, and I had al aluminum one made to match the steel one.



I need one of these mounts I have the small "L" bracket you show in your posted pics aluminum or steel
Thanks Robert in Bakersfield, Calif
 
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