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confused whats the difference clev and wind.

thers few things i want to know. number one what is the difference in the heads like when im in the junk yard how do i tell the difference.
number two will i be able to bolt up a 302 mustang gt eng. in my econoline with a 351 clev. in it right now. and wich heads will bot on a 302 block i hear from some peaple i know that i need windsor heads. thanks for the help...

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Re: whats the difference clev and wind.

See the valve springs aren't parallel and in a line? It's a clevo head


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Re: whats the difference clev and wind.

Hello

The easiest way is to look at the water outlet.(Thermostate Housing) The windsor is bolted to the intake, & the Cleveland is bolted to the Block.

Yes, You can replace a 351c or 351W with a 302. & Will bolt up to the transmission. Make sure you measure the Converter bolts, There are two sizes on the 302.
Of coarse you will have to change the Exaust system.

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