I am restoring a 47 c and the block is cracked between the web. Is there anything else I need to look for on the block before I go any further? The head is in the shop right now being looked over. Should I have him look for any specific thing that might he may overlook?
Re: cracked block model c in reply to Brian, 10-25-2003 19:12:05
make sure they pull out the ferrze plugs under the rocker arm and replace with new. make sure you pull the liners out of block. clean, clean, clean the surfaces, then put in new o-rings. liners should be an easy fit in the block without the o-rings (test). if they pull the studs in the head (that hold rocker arms shaft) get them in the right place. one has oil grooves to feed the rocker arms.
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