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J,o,u? I'm not sure what I've got here casting number 348915-A. They have got 1.88/1.6 valves.
There should be a "1" in there. 3418915. 70-72 360 heads. The 70 T/A head used the same casting number with a 2.02 intake valve and of course, T/A treatment. Is there an X stamping on it?
Mopar Casting Numbers - MyMopar.com - Mopar Part Numners shows 3418915 340 1971-72 1.88 1.60 the "A" is missing and could make a difference???
That's where I'm lost, no stamped letters, no 1. in fact I don't even see a date code on them
there are never any stamped numbers on these heads. all numbers and letters are raised cast. 3418915 with a 1.88" valve is 1972 340 and 1971+2 360, J head. casting dates are cast on the top of the intake port near a valve spring, abbreviated month day year, hard to see in the pics. and the guys working in the foundry did not worry about perfect markings, they were being pushed for quantity
Interesting. thanks for the info and the only markings I see on the runner are 10j on one head and 8K on the other in the location where dates are normally cast.
they do not use the letter I (I think cuz it can be mistaken for a 1) . so I guess your heads are day, month and they left off the year. 10J is the 10th of september, and 8K is the 8th of october. and 1972 340 or 1971 or 1972 360. I worked in a steel foundry for 10 years, and bought my first 340 car in 1977 for $500.
That's what I needed to know. Thank you sir.
The oddball 915 j 'smog head' or not.. They're an oddball...with their one digit short of the famous 915... to their smog era exhaust port floor injection bosses. They can be found all the way into 79 or so, who knows really. As far as I can tell..they can be found in vans,trucks. They must have been introduced sometime around '74 or later? I'm really guessing..however...they look like a j intake port but have a smaller late 70's model exhaust port. Just what I know about them.
They are not J heads. The exhaust ports look 318 size. A 340 head has an intake port height of ~2 1/8''. Heads have been resurfaced. Fresh valve job. Head was cast for an air pump motor as the exhaust flange is different [a mid 70's thing]. Extra holes next to head bolt holes. The casting number doesn't seem right for the head. ------ Sorry, I can't help you -----