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1934 Plymouth / 241 Red Ram question ?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by uglyoldcrow, Feb 21, 2012.

  1. uglyoldcrow
    Joined: Oct 3, 2008
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    Question: When putting a baby 241 Red Ram Hemi in a stock 1934 Plymouth PF, will it fit with out cutting into the front inner fenders ? Thanks, Jim
     

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  2. Hnstray
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    Not likely to interfere with the fenders.........not so sure about the hood side panels.

    Do you have the dimensions of the 241 across the outside of the valve covers?

    Ray
     
  3. rrbrucea
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    Can't answer your question but have to say that's a beauty!
     
  4. uglyoldcrow
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    The engine is being built in TN. and I'm in Upstate NY. I won't be getting it for 3 weeks or so . Can't measure anything yet. Just getting a little itchy to start the build. Jim
     

  5. strombergs97
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    I installed a 241 in my 1935 Ford and didn't have to cut anything..
    Duane.
     
  6. Von MoPar
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    from Australia

    I bet it will..... without major surgery too, I have fitted a 325 Dodge Hi deck Hemi (it's wider than a low deck 241) into a 1933 Dodge SWB car with stock firewall, just mounted the engine a tad higher to miss the fenders and just gave the hood side curtians a massage to miss the tin red ram valve covers.
     
  7. TR Waters
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    1. Early Hemi Tech

    There is a thread in the hemi tech section with all the dimensions.
     
  8. dcwest32
    Joined: Jul 11, 2009
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    you can put one in a 32 ford and have full hood sides and I'am sure the mopar is wider than the ford engine bay....they are great little motors.
     

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