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YES they will fit. These are the pullies i have on my car....

You can tell because of the water pump pulley. The 96-2001.5 had the outward style while the 2001.5+ had a more flat "inward" style. In addition...If you look at the crank it has 2 sets of holes.....the 96-98 crank fits one set, while the 99-00 fits the other...Therefore eliminating the need for 2 sets of pulleys as MAC does (MAC has a kit for 96-98 and 99-00). I've done much research on the differences between pullies so i know much about them.........


.....However,....for that price you might consider some STEEDA's.....

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=38656&item=2456992956

They're $152 but with free shipping....The BBK's are $129 plus at least $8 for handling charge for a total of around $137. The advantage of the steeda's are that they are not "piggyback" meaning that they do not bolt on to your current crank pulley and use it as a dampner. They come w/ their own.

However, if you would like to go w/ the BBK's you can find them a little cheaper by searching around. Here's a link on ebay for $65:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=38656&item=2456575911

Or if you prefer to have NEW but don't want to pay the $156 for the steedas and don't mind going w/ piggy back, you can purchase these for $95 (shipped)

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2455130342

In addition...... www.carparts.com also sells March underdrive pulleys model # 1150 that are identical to the one's listed above for $95 for somewhere around $60. However their website is not currently up.

.....oh.....and why do i have the BBK's if the STEEDA's are better?.......well that's 'cause i found them locally for $50 from a mustang friend of mine and i didn't have to wait for shipping and didn't mind the piggybacks .

Hope this helps!
 

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Thanks! I decided to go with the steedas!
 

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steeda is good stuff. i have them and love them. but i just recently found out that asp makes steeda's pullies. so if you buy the asp pullies you can save yourself $30 and get the same thing as the steeda's.

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fdawg97lx said:
steeda is good stuff. i have them and love them. but i just recently found out that asp makes steeda's pullies. so if you buy the asp pullies you can save yourself $30 and get the same thing as the steeda's.

Frank
have a link?
 

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i think there is a link on the most wanted parts section of the website
 
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