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Offered here are various A/C Parts for 1967 Ford Cars built after 01/03/1967, and before 03/01/1968. All parts have been de-greased and bead blasted, except the clutch and pulley which has only been de-greased and cleaned.

All parts are listed by Part Numbers, but casting numbers are noted when they can be seen on the parts.


In the applications noted for each item, the following abbreviations are used :

A = Full Size Cars
B = Fairlane
F = Mustang
X = Falcon

1) C7AZ-2882-G (Casting # C7ZA-2882-C), Compressor Mounting Bracket. (pictures 2-4)

1967 - 289 w/ Select-Aire (A, B, F, X), From 01/03/1967

1968 - 289/302 w/ Select-Aire or Hang-On Air (A, B, F, X)

$90.00


2) C7ZZ-2884-A, Eaton Clutch and Pulley Assy (6.33" OD x 2.1" thick), includes original 5/16-24 x 1-3/4"
mounting bolt and washer, ( pictures 5-7)

1967 - 289 w/ Select-Aire, F and (A, B, X) From 01/03/1967.

1968 - N/A

$110.00


3) C7AZ-2888-F (Casting # C7AA-2888-G), Front (Lateral) Compressor Brace (pictures 9, 10)

1967 - 289 w/Select-Aire, (A, B, F, X) From 01/03/1967

1968 - 289/302 w/Select-Aire or Hang-On Air (A, B, F, X) Before 03/01/1968

$75.00


4) C7AZ-8678-B, Fan Belt Idler Pulley (pictures 15, 14)

1967 - 289 w/ Select-Aire (A, B, F, X) From 1/03/1967

1968 - 289/302 w/ Select-Aire or Hang-On Air (A, F, X) Before 3/01/1968
289/302 w/ Select-Aire (B) Before 3/01/1968

$75.00 each (Have 2)



All prices noted include shipping to Lower 48 States, Shipping beyond the Lower 48 may be able to be arranged at additional cost.

Send PM if interested.

Thanks for looking.

Bob
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Hi. For the tensioner idler pulley, how‘s the bearing? Does the pulley spin freely, ready for install and use?
 

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On both of the Idler Pulleys offered, the bearings are fine ; both quiet, smooth, not loose or rough.Both are ready to install "as is" (natural finish), or paint as required and install.

Bob
 
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