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Re: Farmall H Engine Swap

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Super Trucker

06-18-2013 12:38:41

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Before you get wild and crazy switching engines,check the rules where your going to pull. Our club says STOCK BLOCK so if you showed up and we see a 350 block it's back on the trailer with you. Now if you pull the sleeves out and put the 350 pistons and cam and rods in a H block your good to go. Heee Heeee.....

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Newbee Puller

06-18-2013 12:56:48

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 Re: Farmall H Engine Swap in reply to Super Trucker, 06-18-2013 12:38:41  
Thanks to everyone for the info. And most the clubs around here do say stock block but h and 350 blocks are so similar... I will chance it at those events I think. I really hate that the rules are written that way. Like you said if my block wasn't junk I could punch it out and have the same thing and be legal. I just attended a local pull and a gentlemen with a so called stock C swept 3500 4000 stock and improved classes. He was competitive with the Oliver 77s turning high Rpm. Don't know what his secret is but obviously getting away with something. I just have a beautiful restored H with a junk block, and enjoy pulling so why not compete.

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super trucker

06-19-2013 03:18:40

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 Re: Farmall H Engine Swap in reply to Newbee Puller, 06-18-2013 12:56:48  
If your going to use the 350 engine. Get rid of the dip stick it's a dead giveaway. We have a guy that put a dip stick in a H block and was accused of a 350 block. Thankfully his block and ser tag match.

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