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I know its a long shot, but does anyone have any drawings or pictures of the rear couch/bed. We have had our boat a few years and can't seem to locate a replacement, so we are going to build one. Thanks
- Thu Mar 28, 2019 11:57 pm
- Forum: Props
- Topic: Proper prop size for 37 DC with 440's
- Replies: 9
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legendlc wrote: I know how to not be a total noob but going from a fuel injected performance boat to resurrecting a 78 Chrysler 440 big M is a whole new world.
Don't worry about "noob" status here, this forum is full of great people willing to help.
- Thu Mar 28, 2019 11:49 pm
- Forum: Drivetrain
- Topic: Water out of spark plugs hole.
- Replies: 30
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Yeop, as said above just go ahead and run em. It doesn't take much light corrosion on a valve seat to show low compression or crazy leak down numbers. I know I'll probably catch flack for this, but I've done this many many many times, take a stuck engine and lube the crap out of every part that rubs...
- Thu Feb 21, 2019 10:17 pm
- Forum: Engines
- Topic: Engine oil, transmission fluid and filter types for Chrysler 360
- Replies: 20
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So Jeff, would you then recommend a 15w40 High Mileage oil for '88 (original - 1000 hours approx each) 318's? Asked the "decent shade tree mechanic, but not an expert" guy. What is your oil pressure once warmed up? This reminds me, I need to check mine with a gauge to verify my helm gauge...
I even blew up the picture and am not seeing a piston notch. But YES, that notch needs to face rearward for reverse rotation engine. When I rebuilt mine people sworn up and down that they always faced forward, but that offset wrist pin needs to be on the correct side. So sorry this happened, yes its...
I can't believe your marina lets you fill with 5 gal cans. I had to get super special, top secret, president approved, blessed by the pope and ok'd by the governor of Louisiana.....permission to EMPTY my tanks using 5 gal. cans (y'all might remember my thread when I brought my 32' back from her atte...