So lately there has been a lot of talk about whether or not fox valve covers fit over roller rockers, or whether they will clear the alternator on a 94-95 5.0. Well, here's the answer. Exhibit A: One 94-95 V8 Mustang (this one is a 351 block, but it makes no difference) with full roller rocker arms and OEM bracketry. We need to be able to clear the alternator which is unbolted in this picture so I could get the other valve cover off. Then I dropped on one of my custom powdercoated stock fox valve covers and bolted the alternator in place. VOILA! IT FITS! ...and just in case you don't believe me, here's a close-up of the back of the alternator: That small bolt for the alternator case just barely touches the valve cover. If you replaced it with a button head cap screw it would not touch it at all methinks. Here is what is normally necessary for tall ford valve covers to fit clear the alternator on a 94-95 5.0... I had the valve cover cut and a flat plate welded in: Here is more evidence that they clear the larger and more common aluminum roller rockers. (The ones before were Comp Pro Magums and are smaller) Before: After: (sorry for the blurry pic) So, let it be known beyond a shadow of a doubt that stock fox valve covers WILL clear roller rockers and fit on a 94-95 5.0 or 5.8. Sincerely, your friendly SN95 tech guy, Paul.