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Old October 8th, 2020, 08:09 AM
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Default Re: 1965 GMC in the alps. Greetings from Austria.

The big part of the engine is back in the truck

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Mounting the timing chain cover and a new timing chain




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Putting the cleaned oil pan back on the engine




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Engine is ready for transport

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And back in the frame. Exactly one year after pulling it out

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Used some new motor mounts from Rockauto. They fit perfect.

The heads get




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The cylinder heads are currently being redesigned. We have reground the valves and the valve seats are milled. An exhaust valve was burned. I bought also a new one from Rockauto but the slot on the end of the valve was on the wrong position. We also ground a new slot in.



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The last days I cleaned up the flywheel. After reading some threads in the forum it seems to be a desaster with the clutch

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Luckily I have the same flywheel as Pepsi in his truck.



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I've ordered the AMS 04528 clutch on Rockauto. Tomorrow I will receive it. After reading in my book there are four different type of clutches. I think I have the Borg Style. But I'm not sure because the spring is diaphragm style.
I really hope it will fit.




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