types... adjustable and non-adjustable. Make sure you get the
adjustable, unless you are going concours, then you must use the
non-adjustable which goes inline about half way between the reservoir
and the differential. You also must make absolutely sure which way you
install it. As I recall, it is the same part number for both Mustang
and Cougar. I believe you'll find it listed in a Cougar parts vendor
1965 Ford Mustang Fastback 2+2, Vintage Burgundy
I need the distribution block; until recently I thought it was the two were
one in the same. I ordered a distribution block but when it came in, it
only had 5 tubing inlets. The old one has 7. I'm now thinking that cars
with disc brakes use if different distribution block. Do you if this is the
case and where I might be able to locate one.
disc and drum brakes use different distribution blocks, also there are a few
date specific changes in the configuration of this block. To the best of my
knowledge they are available "used" only try several cougar/mustang vendors
who advertise used parts and be specific about the one you need.
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