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Number of applications one being 1970 Mustang 250, 302, and 351 (from a more recent MPC)

Should be marked DODA-7541-B
 

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Jeff_Speegle said:
Number of applications one being 1970 Mustang 250, 302, and 351 (from a more recent MPC)

Should be marked DODA-7541-B
mpc?

was told that this is a boss 302 part only and they said it is $535.00 nos!!
 

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MPC = Master Parts Catalog

Yes its the same (according to the books I've got handy for everything from the 6 cylinder to the Boss. Pretty sure the price mentioned was an Ebay price for a Boss 302 not for a 6 cylinder ;)

Last one I bought cost me $40
 

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MPC = Master Parts Catalog

Yes its the same (according to the books I've got handy for everything from the 6 cylinder to the Boss. Pretty sure the price mentioned was an Ebay price for a Boss 302 not for a 6 cylinder ;)

Last one I bought cost me $40

the price from a ford nos parts seller.. So this is the same part for 250 302 351c boss 302 shoulded be that had to find one but i am been looking for two mouth for one
 

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The Ford service number would be D0DZ-7515-B, which is actually a Maverick part. It fits all 1970 6-cyl, 302 & 351.
The stamped number in the above fork would be D0DA-7541-A

The above fork was superceded in '74 by D3DZ-7515-A, another Maverick part.
From my previous posting.....


Try my friend Dave, he may have this fork. Be sure to tell him the stamped number.

Dave Reed
Reed's Classic Four Speeds.
203-265-6888
 

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Hemikiller said:
hemikiller said:
The Ford service number would be D0DZ-7515-B, which is actually a Maverick part. It fits all 1970 6-cyl, 302 & 351.
The stamped number in the above fork would be D0DA-7541-A

The above fork was superceded in '74 by D3DZ-7515-A, another Maverick part.
From my previous posting.....


Try my friend Dave, he may have this fork. Be sure to tell him the stamped number.

Dave Reed
Reed's Classic Four Speeds.
203-265-6888
every one that i called so far and have gevin this two part #DoDZ-7515-B or the #DODA-7541-A thick i am looking for a boss 302 part and they are pricing that way 200.00 and up

I found the old one!
so what does this part fit? it is stamped with a # DODA-7515-B this is the old one from the car that is worn out.. and that is the # that is on it



I will give them a call
 

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Dwilson said:
so what is this part fit with a stamp of # DODA-7515-B found the old one that is worn right and that is the # on it
70-71 Torino 250-6cyl, 302,351
70 Mustang/Cougar 302,351, 6-cyl (Mustang only)
71-up Maverick 302

when you call places, tell them you have a 70 6-cylinder Torino
 

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Hi Donald,

When I bought my '67 fastback in March I found three clutch forks in the trunk, one being an NOS '70 (D0...) one (the car had been in a barn since '84, last engine in it was a 390) I'll confirm which one it is later today.
 

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It's the D0ZZ-7528-C for 390-428. The other two I have(used)I'm pretty sure are small block ones.
 
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