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    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.

    #13338
    young_olds
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    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

    #13333
    young_olds
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    Just looking for a stronger block without going rover block

    #13326
    young_olds
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    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

    #12678
    young_olds
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    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.

    #12655
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    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

    #12650
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    the only one i have left

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    #12607
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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

    #12594
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    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.

    #12588
    young_olds
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    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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