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Old 06-23-2012, 05:29 AM   #1
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Stock pulleys?

Does anyone know where I can get stock pulleys for a 94-95 5.0?
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Does anyone know where I can get stock pulleys for a 94-95 5.0?
I know you already know this, but a salvage yard (MPS) or individual is going to be your best bet.


If you have UD pulleys, you might find someone willing to trade.
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I know you already know this, but a salvage yard (MPS) or individual is going to be your best bet.

If you have UD pulleys, you might find someone willing to trade.
Yea my tuner guy told be to get rid of my UD pulleys and go back to stock, 94-95 mustangs don't do well with UD Pulleys
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Why is that???
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Yea my tuner guy told be to get rid of my UD pulleys and go back to stock, 94-95 mustangs don't do well with UD Pulleys
I usually tell people that to. I had them and ended up overdriving my alternator to make up for lost size in crank pulley. Ur pulleys aren't always worth the hassle.
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Why is that???
Probably because the accessories driven by the pulleys were designed by Ford engineers to spin at certain speeds to properly cool the engine, recharge the battery, pump the smog and steer the car.
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My car kept surging once it reached normal temp and I thought my alternator was 130amp and he said its not so he told me to get a Pa Performance 130amp alternator and put my stock pulleys back on , but I don't have my stock ones anymore
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