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65 gas Continental head stud

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11-27-2019 10:23:41

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Putting the 65 back together. There is one head bolt that is a stud. Can't for the life of me remember or figure out which hole it goes in! Can anyone help?
Yeah, I know, should have taken a picture when it was coming apart... :roll:

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11-29-2019 06:37:05

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 Re: 65 gas Continental head stud in reply to Bret4207, 11-27-2019 10:23:41  
After searching the internet and viewing at least an hour of You Tube videos, I finally found a couple shots of what appear to be original 65's with Continentals. The stud looks to go in the rear most right hand location outside on the valve cover.

All that could have been avoided if I'd just thought to take a picture!

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DavidP, South Wales

11-27-2019 14:05:41

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 Re: 65 gas Continental head stud in reply to Bret4207, 11-27-2019 10:23:41  
Hi, do you have a 4.203 engine. As far as I can recall the stud goes at the rear left side of centre from the seat. You may well find that the corresponding hole in the cylinder head is larger.
DavidP, South Wales

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11-27-2019 14:39:09

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 Re: 65 gas Continental head stud in reply to DavidP, South Wales, 11-27-2019 14:05:41  
He has the Continental gas G176, if I recall there was one oddball stud in the center just outside the valve cover. Used for engine lifting during service..

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