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Re: to35,z134 overhaul update

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Author  [Modern View]

10-21-2012 06:38:40

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Since the cylinder liner is corroded then is the corresponding area of the block as equally corroded????? If so then that mite create a sealing problem.

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Ed H.-OH

10-21-2012 08:43:09

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 Re: to35,z134 overhaul update in reply to PackardV8, 10-21-2012 06:38:40  
Packard Hi!, The block bore is fine, just eat the liner, As for the bolts through the block, I have never seen the inside of one that has been done so like you I can only guess how they did it. The bolts only show on the oil fill side as i recall. They must drill through the stud bosses and tap the hole in the one near the cam. Someone in my area is doing it as i've seen a coupple of them. I wish i could be more help-ed

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Duner Wi

10-21-2012 13:41:28

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 Re: to35,z134 overhaul update in reply to Ed H.-OH, 10-21-2012 08:43:09  
Pretty sure I have seen pictures on this site of bolted blocks but I can't find them now. I did find this.

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Ed H.-OH

10-21-2012 15:34:41

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 Re: to35,z134 overhaul update in reply to Duner Wi, 10-21-2012 13:41:28  
Duner,Hello, Thanks for the information. Mine is not cracked, but if it was I would attempt the bolt thing for sure as the block is junk anyway. I'm sure if the crack is pulled shut and supported it could be sealed up and save the block.The one's i seen looks like they drilled midway between the top and bottom web to support both. If the botom web is only cracked it looks to me that you could go strait through the block with a rod just below the crack and avoid drilling the stud bosses. the rod would just clear going over the cam and out through the block behind the starter. The block is tapered there on carb side,so you would have to make a tapered washer to conform. I hope i don't have to go there as the overhaul is enough for me, I'm interested in it as it would be nice to help people with this problem.-ed

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