I’m not agains the rover block, other then my one particular car, actually planing on getting a cross bolted main rover block from the junkyard to use my crower stroker crank in for a future build, should be just over 300 cubes.
I know they are stronger, that’s why I said Without going with rover block. I’m just weird, it has to be an olds block
Just looking for a stronger block without going rover block
if thats the case i wont seek out a jetfire block i know about for a future build. if anyone else knows any different please let me know
I have a tank i pulled out of a 62 to keep as a spare but i dont need it anymore. didnt drive the car too much before i stripped it but never had any issues with it. if your interested let me know.
yep, my first 62 and sadly the only one that remains. Im planning on moving after summer into a place with a nicer garage so i can bring it home and work on it again
the only one i have left
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I converted one of my 62’s to an alternator using the stock generator brackets, just needed two spacers and longer bolts and it works great. i used a 12si
if i remember correctly i put 185 series on a set of 15’s i have and they look almost too wide for the wheel. a 195 might be over the limit for a stock width wheel and still look ok.
I called them and they have a few in stock, kinda pricey and a couple pounds heavier than what i read the old scheifers weigh
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