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Item #: 41609

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Price: $110.85
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    Very nice reproduction of the ram air flapper vacuum motor. Application 1968-1/2 428CJ Cougar and Mustang, 1969-71 Mercury Cougar with ram air, and 1969 Ford Torino 428CJ ram air. Not for shaker ram air systems.

    NOTE: These are manufactured with an extra long shaft to allow you to trim for an exact fit.

    Specifications:
    Shipping Weight: 0.30 LBS
    (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (5.00 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 1 Review(s).

    69 Cyclone CJ

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    The motor I received had a longer vacuum tube than my original and as it is shown in the picture. I found this caused some interference when I tried to install it without taking the hood seal off but when I did I was able to get the mounting holes to line up properly. I considered cutting tube shorter but having it reach out side the seal looked like an advantage to me because it would make removing the hose easier. I had to bend the line slightly for it to go through the hole provided in the seal. This misalignment was what was causing me difficulty in installation when I tried it with the seal on. I can't call this a fault because my original terminated inside the seal leaving no change of interference. I felt confident in the purchase because the ford parts book calls for the same motor for a Cyclone as a 68 Mustang or Cougar. And other than the longer tube, it was a perfect match

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