Pilot Bearing Roller 289/302/351 1965-1995

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  • Fits 289/302/351 Engines
  • .669" Diameter
  • Arrives Pre Greased
  • Direct-Fit Replacement

Roller Pilot Bearing for 1965-1995 Mustangs with 289, 302 and 351 Engines.

This is an OEM-style reproduction roller pilot bearing. It is compatible with all factory manual transmissions and most aftermarket transmissions. The direct-fit replacement bearing is designed for a .669 diameter input shaft and will arrive to you pre-greased for an easier installation. CJ Pony Parts is your go-to resource for all yourMustang's transmission needs! Order this new roller pilot bearing today!

*This Roller Pilot Bearing will fit any 289, 302, 351 Windsor or 351 Cleveland engine.

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Order this replacement Roller Pilot Bearing for for your 1965-1995 Mustang with 289, 302 or 351 Engine today from CJ Pony Parts!

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Do I need to use this roller bearing for my T5 conversion in a 65 coupe? If so what is the reason for using this over the standard pilot bushing found in my car?

Asked by: 65mike
This will need to be used on a t-5 conversion, the bushing has to much drag and will make the transmission hard to put into gear when the vehicle is stopped.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-07-20

I got a 1966 fastback with a early 90 roller engine.  Will this work with my standard 4 speed side loader?

Asked by: Stevekru66
Yes it should.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2017-11-15

will this work,1985 wc T5 in 1967 289

Asked by: john henry 52
Yes it will.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2017-02-14

what is the o.d. and i.d. of the bearing? I've got a 289 crank and a 1987 wc t5. will this bearing work?

Asked by: GTChilton
This will NOT work with that setup.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2017-02-14
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