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Love Canal? Was that a biotoxin release?:p
Two words. Diazinon.
Oh wait, that's only one word.
Bump for quantitative (ie banker) easing.
Same problem, same solution.:screwup:
A bullet demised Lincoln, just like Kennedy. Same problem, same solution. History repeats; facts are forgotten.
Or the block was machined for a Torrington roller.
This is a big problem that cannot be ignored. As already mentioned, it could be the cam sprocket.
Tell deck 427s generally don't have the clearance for a 4" crank. Extra clearancing could hit the water jacket.
The angle of the dangle really does matter.
Wild Turkey is much better for preventing flu than any flu shot. And as a bonus, it doesn't introduce mercury directly into the bloodstream.:innocent:
Just a guess. Nobody responded because of the tortuously slow loadup.
Forums like that make me appreciate NastyZ. Or maybe NastyZ makes me...
If it's really a 1972 427, it's a tall deck truck block or an OTC replacement. They didn't make many 427s in 1972.
But which one leads, the long one or the short one?:p
A straight 6 bell will work on a V8 and/or 4 speed.
It's a big block. Why drop the pan?:confused:
I'm thinking the concrete block needs some gussets.:crazy:
Probably not much weight on it. If somebody tried this to support a car, they might be...