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Are the power top cylinders the same for a 65 and a 72? If not, what are the differences?

65 Mustang Convertible 289 C-code
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All the parts catalogs I've looked at show different part numbers after 1970 (same for 64-70). So I would assume differences, but don't know off hand what they are. By the way, I just changed the passenger side cylinder on my '66 'vert last week. It's a pretty straight-forward job.

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The ram length of the 71-3 is a few inches shorter. Plus 71-73's have RH and LH sides.

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