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Iron-block modular engines were built at the Romeo and Windsor plants, and like previous Ford offerings, there are slight design differences between the two blocks—the main bearings being one of these. I had mistakenly ordered the bearing set for a Windsor block (mine is from Romeo), and all the bearings fit except the rear one. Windsor engines apparently have the tang located off-center of the bearing surface for the rear bearing. All the others are centered.