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That is actually my plan. I am going to duplicate the Schumacher mounts using some later big block spool mounts. That way, all I need are the two...
What's your solution for early As?
Gosh yall, this is really much ado about nothing. The red wrench will come right out and make easy work of however it needs to be bent and do a...
Haven't used it yet.
Gates is good.
I will go on and answer your question, @gm1236. If I just "had to have" access like you are asking about, what "I" would do would be to form...
These younguns just won't understand the importance of alcohol and pills used in a positive manner until they get to where they have no other...
So bore it .060 and call it a day. Is this a trick question?
Sir, I thank you for the very kind words, but that right there is a stretch. LOL
It's not. You more than likely have a camshaft bearing in just a little crooked. It's easy to do if you're not paying close attention when installing.
It's a very old accepted method. It's even in some service manuals. Suit yourself.
Dang man. I sure am sorry.
You're kiddin. I thought you had lucked out on those. Bummer. How long since you paid?
Naw, it's not gonna stop me. All I need are the small brackets that connect the spool mounts (that I have) to the K frame. I can make those.
Yeah, who the heck knows when Schumacher's gonna get stuff back in stock? I've sent multiple emails with zero response. What a butthole.
Do you have a big block cam core? If so, grind a diagonal slot in the cam bearing journal that is having trouble. Then, gently install it while...
It has holes in the valve covers. It's gonna leak all the oil out.
Yes you did. You asked everyone's 2 cents. You did. You also have the same internet as everyone else. You've been given brand names. Look them up....
General rule of thumb "used to be" 3.23 gears for big blocks and 3.55 or 3.73 gears for small blocks......but all these 700 HP small blocks (like...
3.55 is plenty of gear for a big block.
Do all that in a 63-66.
I already know I am going to run manifolds, so I am not going to ask anyone's opinion. lol
Yeah, there are a few skewed looking stamped numbers on a counter weight or two.Thank yall for all the responses.
I have a 440 steel crank. I know it's 3.75 stroke, because I measured the half stroke and it's 1.8750. Mains are 440 size. Main seal ridges fall...
I've been accused of lots of things but bein too lean ain't one of um.
Mine is going to be nothing like that. 9.5 compression. 240 @ .050 hydraulic cam. HP manifolds. "Some sort" of 750 carburetor. Mild as can be but...
I'm hopin mine will be a handful.