I have 67 f100, can you tell me what motor mounts you used for the 351 Cleveland?Yah, I have one in my 1967 stepside F-100 with an AOD behind it. Lot's of fun, incredible power. 0-60 in under 5 seconds with just headers, mild cam, x-cellerator intake, and 4V valves in 2V heads. Currently restoring the truck from the frame up but it was fun when it was running.
what displacement was the 2bblI had a 73 2 bbl motor in a 77 F150 and it ran great,had 149,000 miles on it when I installed it and I put about another 75,000 on it when I sold it and I seen it around about 5 years after I sold it and would like to have that motor back.
Back in 93' my dad and I did the swap from a 351M to a 351C on a 77' f-250 4x4. The swap wasn't too hard, everything pretty much lined up the only thing we had to really change was the bellhousing. As the C uses a sbf type. The truck was equipped with a small RV cam, Edelbrock Performer intake and headers. While I'm not much for the modifieds anyhow the C performed better, it revved up much easier than the M did. However it didn't provide the low end torque we were looing for, so it didn't last long in the truck, As we eventually swapped it out for an FE. But depending on what you want it to do, the C might just be what your looking for. We were moving a 3/4 ton 4x4 that was constantly loaded so we were not really looking to go fast, just haul a lot.
I personally like Clevelands. Some people swear them and some people swear by them.
351C uses the same motor mounts, flywheel and bellhousing as a 302/351W. Just have to make the exhaust and front engine pulleys/etc work.what kind of mounts did you use on that engine swap