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oil gallery plugs c&c RD 429-460 aluminum block

Post  Larry T on June 11th 2015, 1:41 pm

if this was the cast iron block I would not have a question.the c&c RD block is a little different im not sure if I need to drill a hole in the 1/4 plug or leve it out?i am at a stand still until I get this figured out.
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Post  gt350hr on June 11th 2015, 2:02 pm

DO NOT leave the plug out!!! That would be like cutting an artery in your body. "I" haven't had to drill any of the plugs on an aluminum block. Others may have a different opinion.

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Post  Larry T on June 11th 2015, 2:27 pm

gt350hr wrote:   DO NOT leave the plug out!!! That would be like cutting an artery in your body.  "I" haven't had to drill any of the plugs on an aluminum block. Others may have a different opinion.

tell me what I need to do so that this thing has a happy life....
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Post  Larry T on June 11th 2015, 3:27 pm

ok the answer is plug the passenger front with the 1/4in plug.in the rear put the other 2 1/4in plugs in with a .060 hole in each.
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