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bmack95hd

05-04-2021 13:20:56




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Is the block minus the guts the same for 9N, 2N, 8N the same for all models?




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bmack95hd

05-05-2021 05:59:18




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 Re: Bare block in reply to bmack95hd, 05-04-2021 13:20:56  
Thanks for the replies, he took it and going to give it a go. Well see.



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Louis A

05-04-2021 22:36:13




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 Re: Bare block in reply to bmack95hd, 05-04-2021 13:20:56  
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No need to get snappy with me for using punctuation! :roll: :lol:



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Smokeonthewater

05-04-2021 21:26:14




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 Re: Bare block in reply to bmack95hd, 05-04-2021 13:20:56  
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Yes I realized that right after I posted it and tried to have the post deleted but was unsuccessful but thanks for all the exclamation points....



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Louis A

05-04-2021 21:21:30




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 Re: Bare block in reply to bmack95hd, 05-04-2021 13:20:56  
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Yes, that is correct. I was just saying that a front mount block can be converted to a side mount distributor. I have seen a few for sale that were converted, the only thing is you have to find a way to mount the generator or an alternator on the left side because the mount isn't there on the front mount block.



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TheOldHokie

05-04-2021 20:59:08




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 Re: Bare block in reply to bmack95hd, 05-04-2021 13:20:56  
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The side mount block and timing cover were both changed to move the generator to the left side of the block and make room for the distributor in the right side of the timing cover.

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Den N Ms

05-04-2021 20:51:27




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 Re: Bare block in reply to bmack95hd, 05-04-2021 13:20:56  
Bmack95hd,Other than the distributor,on the later N block is the generator mount on the left side,the oil fill tube moved back,the oil filter canister moved back and timing hole and cover in rear clutch housing area of the block.



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Louis A

05-04-2021 20:25:48




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The distributor doesn't go into the "Block" anyway! The block isn't different in that respect! The timing cover and camshaft is different though! You can put a timing cover and camshaft from a side mount block on a front mount block and convert it to a side mount distributor!



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JMOR

05-04-2021 15:49:01




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bmack95hd

05-04-2021 14:19:50




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 Re: Bare block in reply to bmack95hd, 05-04-2021 13:20:56  
I have this bare bones reman block. Buddy has a 9N with cracked block. He wants to take all his 9N guts and rebuild. It should work?



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Smokeonthewater

05-04-2021 14:16:57




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 Re: Bare block in reply to bmack95hd, 05-04-2021 13:20:56  
Well one major difference is that there would be no place to put a side mount distributor into an early block



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Mike Groom

05-04-2021 13:29:50




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 Re: Bare block in reply to bmack95hd, 05-04-2021 13:20:56  
The front mount dist. 8N's are the same as the 2N-9N's they changed some things on the side mount.



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bmack95hd

05-04-2021 14:09:32




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 Re: Bare block in reply to Mike Groom, 05-04-2021 13:29:50  
Too the block itself or obvious external parts?



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