List of Ford bellhousing patterns

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The following is a list of Ford bellhousing patterns. A list of bell housing patterns for General Motors transmissions is also available, as is a list of engines for Ford Motor Company.

Ford Flathead engine pattern[edit]

Lincoln Y-block pattern[edit]

  • 317 V8
  • 341 V8
  • 368 V8

Ford Y-block pattern[edit]

  • 239 V8
  • 256 V8
  • 272 V8
  • 292 V8
  • 312 V8

Early MEL pattern (1958-1960, Same as FE)[edit]

  • 383 V8
  • 410 V8
  • 430 V8

Late MEL pattern (1961-1968)[edit]

  • 430 V8
  • 462 V8

FE Gen 1 and Gen 2 pattern[edit]

Early Windsor V8 pattern[edit]

  • 221 V8
  • 260 V8
  • 289 V8 (made before August 3, 1964) - had five bolts holding bellhousing to block

Later Windsor V8 pattern[edit]

Note: this is commonly called the Ford Small-block V8 pattern, though it is used in some "big block"-sized V8's as well as some V6's and I6's.

  • 200 I6 1978-1983 only, partial (4 of 6 bolts) pattern.
  • 250 I6
  • 255 V8
  • 289 V8 - (made after August 3, 1964) - had 6 bolts holding bellhousing to block
  • 302 Cleveland (Australia)
  • 351 Cleveland V8 (not the 351 Cleveland M-block engine)
  • 351 Boss
  • 351 Cobra Jet
  • 302 Windsor V8
  • 351 Windsor V8
  • 400 Cleveland M-block V8 aka 400FMX (certain 1973 casting numbers D1AE and D3AE, mated to the FMX transmission)
  • 3.8/3.9/4.2L Canadian Essex 90° V6 (RWD only)
  • 240 I6
  • 300 I6
  • 4.6L Modular V8 (first two casting runs, numbers F1AE and F2VE)
  • 5.0L V8
  • 5.8L V8

335/385 Big Block V8 pattern[edit]

335-Series (M-Block)

385-Series

Taunus pattern[edit]

Falcon Six pattern[edit]

Early OHV Six pattern[edit]

UK Essex pattern[edit]

Pinto EAO I4 pattern[edit]

Pinto OHC RWD pattern[edit]

Vulcan V6 pattern[edit]

Duratec pattern[edit]

Modular V8 pattern[edit]

IDI/early Power Stroke pattern[edit]

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