Coyote Mustang Timing Cover On F150

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I have a Gen. 2 F150 engine and I'm going to use the PBH Speed Drive Kit. I already have the 6/6 Mustang crank damper and Mustang timing cover. I know that the alternator and oil cooler are different between the engines. Does anyone know if I'll run into any issues with any idlers or the tensioner or will I be able to take the stuff off the F150 timing cover and bolt them onto the new Mustang timing cover? And also, does anyone have the part number for the oil filter adapter? Id rather use that and a short filter instead of the relocation kit.
 
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I know about grinding down thst one spot on the cover, I just didn't know if the F150 idlers and tensioner bolted up.
 
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Did you use that adapter on your swap or did you keep the F150 adapter? I have the cooler on my engine and I plan on removing the cooler (I can't see it fitting properly) and either using the shorter stud or using the mustang oil filter adapter.
 

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Did you use that adapter on your swap or did you keep the F150 adapter? I have the cooler on my engine and I plan on removing the cooler (I can't see it fitting properly) and either using the shorter stud or using the mustang oil filter adapter.

That same adapter and a short, Wix oil filter. The Ford filter hit the sway bar and my bar is pushed forward. My plan is to relocate the filter but this works for now.
 
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That same adapter and a short, Wix oil filter. The Ford filter hit the sway bar and my bar is pushed forward. My plan is to relocate the filter but this works for now.


Maybe I should just get a relocation kit instead of buying the $70 Ford oil filter adapter.
 

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