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Old 05-25-2004, 18:50   #1 (permalink)
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Roller Rockers

Its sort of both an I6 and V8 tech question so I`ll put it in general. The roller rockers from either windsor or cleveland V8's; I was told by a person that I nearly bought rockers from, that they fit onto the good old 4.1Ltr crossflow six, straight bolt on. I was a bit unsure so I neglected to purchase the rockers, but am now very very curious.
Can I bolt Ford V8 roller rockers onto a crossflow six?

I am not a V8 man by any stretch of the imagination so wouldn't know the first thing about V8 stuff AT ALL and am very intrigued.
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By the way I know I could just try it and see, but I'm throwing it to the masses
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Re: Roller Rockers

I'd be suprised. I think the ones for clevelands and windsors are different, so how would they both fit a 6. But I don;t know for sure.

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Re: Roller Rockers

Windsor and Clevo roller rockers are different. One of the types may fit but I wouldn't know. The rocker ratio would make the difference.

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i'm pretty sure that cleveland is 1.73 as is crossflow... somebody correct me?
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