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Old August 17th, 2016, 02:47 AM
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Default Re: 292 decoding

I am starting to think 73, I am finding early 292 had 7/16 fly wheel bolts, later models 1/2. also the stam by the dist. has leter suffix IRG, early models had two letter suffix, I think RG is manual trans, have not figured out what the I is
Some of the stovebolt groupmight know. I will be going to the Truck Nationals. In kansas city. The stovebolters are having a reunion, and have asked me to bring a running V12. Thanks for your help.
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