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Tie bolt

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Jon Steffy

02-12-2002 18:58:43




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looks like i will have to perform the tie-bolt
repair to my b block. i do have a question.
when reviewing the repair sequence, you stated that the square boss has an oil galley behind it.
do you drill through the oil galley? if so how do you seal the exit hole for the oil galley?
or maybe i am missing some information. thank you
jon




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Dick L

02-12-2002 20:33:22




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 Re: tie bolt in reply to Jon Steffy, 02-12-2002 18:58:43  
The oil galley is where the square boss is located. When you drill through the square boss you drill into the water jacket where water flows around the sleeves. The head of the bolt is then in the oil galley where the tappets and pushrods work.



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jon steffy

02-13-2002 15:16:58




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 Re: Re: tie bolt in reply to Dick L, 02-12-2002 20:33:22  
Dick L
thank you very much it clears up a lot, being
as i have not yet stripped the block.
i have read a lot of the articles, you fellows
do a really good job. thanks again
jon



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