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Old 01-27-2011, 04:27 PM   #31
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so my arp main studs came today,but the box says its for the L67. isnt the crank and block the same one the L67 and the L36 ? i think it will work but i want to be sure
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The rods are diffrent in terms of strength but im not sure about the thread/pitch of em for the bolts...should be the same
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Old 01-28-2011, 07:46 AM   #33
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Yes, same block, same crank...same cam. All the bolts should be the same on the bottom end. Actually the only bolts I know that are different are the ones that hold the UIM/SC onto the LIM.
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okay great
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Old 01-31-2011, 11:21 PM   #35
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well i found my camera so i took some pics lol
heres my redneck parts washer. washing rockers and push rods
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my machined crank
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and my redneck engine stand, its actually pretty stable but i leave the cains hooked up just in case
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new parts, its not all still waitin on the bearings and rod bolts, and need to stop andget timing chain cover gasket set an autozone. all thie came from zzp
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another update lol well the bearings finaly came in and i got the bottem end assemble in about four hours... yea i know thats long but i triple checked everything lol i'm a prefectionest
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my new king bearings
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got the cam back in
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new bearings in that block and rods
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new bearings in the mains and rod caps
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the crank and mians in with arp studs
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complete bottem end together
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engine stand i picked up for $80
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NIce yeah that engine stand is a good investment i had to use my big block stand to hold my 3800 for some reason my small block stand wouldnt line up
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yea its well worth it.
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As a redneck i love the milk crate stands...I usually use tires but milk crates are cool lol
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Looks good. Nothing wrong with taking extra time to ensure you do it right.
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