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Right on. Thank you kindly. Ordered 'em up. We'll see how they do. 🍻
 

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As @El Kabong linked, Scott Drake has the wire separators. I used a set on my OEM 460 manifolds and they fit. Just be careful if you use wires larger than 8mm, ask me how I know.
 

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From what I read in the reviews, 8.5mm wires can be fit by making the holes a little larger with a file, drill or similar. Dad purchased a fresh set shortly before we tore it out, trying to resolve the issue with a tune-up. Pretty sure they're standard 7mm, not the 8mm Ford Racing numbered ones I prefer.
 

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From what I read in the reviews, 8.5mm wires can be fit by making the holes a little larger with a file, drill or similar. Dad purchased a fresh set shortly before we tore it out, trying to resolve the issue with a tune-up. Pretty sure they're standard 7mm, not the 8mm Ford Racing numbered ones I prefer.
Yes, you'd want to enlarge the "U's" in the separators if you go larger than a standard wire. I can squeeze my 8.5's in, but they bulge and want to pop out. They do look nice though and I prefer the factory look over all the "I'm a race car, but not really" stuff that they sell as an alternative.
 
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