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Old 04-06-2015, 10:43 PM   #1
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Need a part number research

rf-fise-6059-bc, I found this on the water pump, so far I think the motor I just bought today is either a 94 or 95 mustang. The 87 alternator bracket isn't matching up any. Any ideas would greatly be appreciated

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Old 04-07-2015, 05:40 AM   #2
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rf-fise-6059-bc, I found this on the water pump, so far I think the motor I just bought today is either a 94 or 95 mustang. The 87 alternator bracket isn't matching up any. Any ideas would greatly be appreciated

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Here is some information on the water pump you have.

5.0 short water pump find
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I've seen engine swaps where they dressed it up to look like a different year. The only real way to tell is to find the engine block casting number. On older small block Windsors, it's behind the starter motor, not sure if that holds true for later years.
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Well the trans is from a 95 gt the motor I got yesterday said it was from a 93 but has a belt ran fan. The car has an electric fan. The bracket for the alt and the tensioner doesn't line up. I'm at a lost right now spending way too much money way to quick for something I just want to run and drive.

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what year car are you working on?
what year engine are you putting in it?

I guess I am trying to figure out what is going on. You will have to find the correct brackets for the year model engine you are putting in. I am sure the JY's are full of similar models to get parts from.
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I the car is an 87, the motor that was in it the rings are fried. So my buddy found supposedly a 93 5.0. But nothing from the 87 is matching up. The car has an electric fan. But there is a fan on the waterpump. The number I listed above was what was on the waterpump timing cover. So with that number I'm trying to figure out which 5.0 motors has a fan attached to the water pump. So i can find the right parts

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OK I am understanding now. That number is a Ford casting number from what I have found it comes from a 94 Mustang or a 88 to 90 something T-bird. With that said, look for a letter number combination on the block, intake or on a head. For a 90s Ford engine it should start with the letter "F" the next is a number which is the year so for a 93 engine the letter number stamping should be "F3". That will tell you more about the engine and will give you a better idea of what to do to make it fit.
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Awesome thanx bro, to eliviate alot of the bs, I think we are just gunna swap from the 87 over brackets and all

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