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Old 07-10-2019, 07:15 PM
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Originally Posted by rscone11 View Post
for some reason they are not showing.
could you try to email them to me at. rscone at sbcglobal dot net
That's not the right way to present an email address. I wiggled it around and forwarded. If you get the pictures, just for laughs, see if you can post them.
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Old 07-10-2019, 08:02 PM
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That's not the right way to present an email address. I wiggled it around and forwarded. If you get the pictures, just for laughs, see if you can post them.
Hi Mike, I got them, Thanks. Let me post them for you.
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Thanks to Mike M for the photos.







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[QUOTE=rscone11;1599733325]Thanks to Mike M for the photos.







All I can see is a little blue box with a white background. Hope they help you. It makes nesting an engine back in a car against the transmission a piece of cake.
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The manifold bolts are longer with short sleeves on them. The flat stock hanging on the chain hooks has a hole bigger than the sleeve. This lets the engine rotate up/down in the front with no more effort than required with an index finger and thumb. Depending on the dress of the engine determines where/which bolts you use for zero balance. The spreader bar at the top keeps the chains off the valve covers and intake along with keeping the engine level side/side so it's easy to hit the dowels in the block to the bell housing.
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