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I don't see why it wouldn't. If there both 2 barrel or 4barrel it shouldn't matter. How ever you do have to pay attention to how much fuel the carb delivers. Like 750 holly or a 650 holly. Some 351modifieds used a Ford carb and I can't remember how much fuel they deliver. You get to much fuel to your engine and it will put out black suet from the tail pipe. This can cause damage to the piston rings over time. The tail pipe should look white or tan in side if the fuel mixture is right.
I hope this helps, I have been a ford owner and mechanic for years.

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