The 428 SCJ engine required an engine oil cooler that was mounted in front of the radiator on the driver's side of the radiator core support. This required moving the driver's side horn to the passenger side of the radiator core support to make room for the oil cooler. The relocated horns were usually secured to the core support using a reinforcement plate that was mounted on the back side of the core support.
Ford crankshaft damper spacers are identified by basic part number 6359. This part fits over the front end of the crankshaft snout and fills the space between the harmonic balancer and the timing cover. The 428 Cobra Jet and Super Cobra Jet spacers are made of steel and were typically unpainted when installed.
Ford carburetor spacers are identified by basic part number 9A589. The spacers used on the 428 CJ and SCJ engine are made of a black plastic material that is similar to bakelite. The spacers are not marked with an engineering number.
Ford engine oil level indicators (sometimes referred to as a dip stick or dipstick) are identified by basic part number 6750. Ford used two different service part numbers for the indicators used with the 428 CJ and SCJ engine.
Ford connecting rods are identified by basic part number 6200. Made of forged steel, the rods used in the 428 Cobra Jet and Super Cobra Jet engines measure 6.488 inches in length from center to center. Part of the engine's reciprocating assembly, connecting rods connect the pistons to the crankshaft.