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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-05-05, 09:14 PM Thread Starter
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Question Timing cover

I saw in the network54 Cleveland forum a new aluminum timing cover is being made by Australian Muscle Parts. Do any of you guys down under have a link to this place? I saw the pics of it and would like some more info about it, like where I can get one in the states, if at all. Thanks for any help.

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Re: Timing cover

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http://www.australianmuscleparts.com.au/

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Re: Timing cover

About time someone got the 2 bottom water pump bolt threads right. The last new steel T/cover i bought cost $45 from Ford spare parts.
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About time someone got the 2 bottom water pump bolt threads right. The last new steel T/cover i bought cost $45 from Ford spare parts.
My Ford dealer said it was no longer available. Mine cost $115.
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My Ford dealer said it was no longer available. Mine cost $115.
Yep he could be right, my receipt says i bought it on the 04/04/01 for $45.55 from Wayne Phillis Ford Christies Beach S.A. . The part number is 'D0AZ 6B070 A' if that helps any.
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