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They all use 3/8-16 bolts. but that does not prevent people from using the wrong bolts in them, or otherwise screwing up the threads in the block....
sure would be neat to see what's in the distributor, so we can help you figure this out
I know a guy who built a 31 Chevy sedan and the TH400 was the perfect transmission. He also used a blown pontiac engine and a clutch...
is the column for a CAN bus or is it a normal switch?
but yeah this stuff is pretty far off topic for the HAMB....maybe try a forum about late...
heh....yeah, but they all are right? unless they're a z28 cross ram
post a picture of the distributor, with the cap off. Or just verify it is the original pickup, find pictures of an original transistor distributor...
Might see if you can find instructions for how to check if the steering box is worn out?
also if there are any modifications to the car...
78 chevy truck, pretty obvious...the Txx suffix means truck, the C at the beginning of the VIN means Chevy truck, the 8 in the Vin means 1978
th350 is 2.52/1.52/1.0
th400 is 2.48/1.48/1.0
(1st, 2nd, 3rd)
ditto on the "plan the whole thing first" advice.
As Steve says in his 101 tutorial, fuses are there to protect the wire from getting too hot if...
"1965 and later engines can be identified by five freeze plugs and the casting code C5DE-H."
(from wiki article you read)
Apparently someone has...
That's what it looks like to me
This is what Chevy has to say about them, circa 1941. So the load rating would be at least 1500 lbs.
I'd look at the Chevy restoration info available on their heritage site
But you might not find what you want...
I have pics of a few of them
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