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ISO Retainer Springs & Roll Pins


GriffinM6

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As the title says I’m in search of the rocker rail retaining clips and pins for my 93. I didn’t realize how hard it would be to find these parts so while I was dismantling my rails to replace the rockers I messed up the originals. Does anyone have a link as to where I can find/order them or any knowledge on the subject? I’ve searched high and low on the internet to no avail even went to fords website without success. Only other option I could think of is to go to a u pull it yard to grab used ones but would prefer new if possible.
 


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Measure the size and order from an industrial supply place like McMaster-Carr.
 

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Measure the size and order from an industrial supply place like McMaster-Carr.
Thank you for the response I really appreciate it! for the roll pins that would work for sure and will probably be the route I take for the cheapest solution. My main issues is honestly the spring/retainer clip that is shaped in a rather unique way so that it keeps even pressure on the outside edge of the rocker arm while being held in place from this small pin.
 

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I have my old motor I can pull the pins and clips off if you'd like. It's going to junkyard otherwise. Assuming the cam rod end clips and pins is what you need?
 

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Wow. Those rings are kinda special looking.
 

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