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Old June 14th, 2008, 09:54 PM   #1
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Got a 74 Bronco w/302. I am putting a set of heads off a 85 mustang on the 302. Can I reuse the push rods from the original heads?

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oh man i have to dig deep for this, i want to say no due to the difference in the rocker arms. it will also have something to do with deck height.

i would try them in one cylinder.
you can not use the 85 push rods due to it being a roller motor.
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Get a push rod length finder. Dont laugh they make one. Go to a local race shop and they should have one. When i had my 460 build we had to get one and get custom length rods made.
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