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Re: engine transplant 1750

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01-05-2013 19:14:31

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a rebuilt 310 in a 1755 would still be a good engine, I wouldn't be afraid of one with a proper rebuild with updated rod bolts and 1-piece pin bushings, they are a good starting economical engine

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01-05-2013 20:19:32

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 Re: engine transplant 1750 in reply to dboll, 01-05-2013 19:14:31  
I wouldnt mind doing that, this engine has a spun main bearing that wiped out the block pretty bad, i dont know if it will be able to be saved or not, so was just trying to explore other options. Thanks for all the help. Adam

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J. Schwiebert

01-06-2013 05:35:21

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 Re: engine transplant 1750 in reply to farmeracb, 01-05-2013 20:19:32  
You need to be informed a little more. If it was me I would find a shop that can repair the block perhaps a sleeve will need to be used. If they are still available I would also try to get a replacement noddlar iron cap. The crank also needs to be checked to see what the Rockwell hardness of that main is. A good 310 set at 80 H P will run a long time. My 2 cents worth

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