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Windage tray bolts

Post  75truck on Thu 21 Jul - 14:43

Building a 429 mild motor for my truck.

I need windage tray bolts with the stud to attach a windage tray.

I think I am on the right track - my machinist says that I do not need an align bore. All is good.

But if I use main bearing studs instead of the original bolt type won't I have to have it aligned bored.
I think that I have heard that the crush is different or that the different torque on the studs that I will have to get it align bored.

If that is the case I will just order the Canton windage tray bolts with the tray stud included.

Am I correct?

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Re: Windage tray bolts

Post  zacho! on Wed 31 Aug - 2:23

We used studs on my 505 - in the end I believe he (Koerner) fabricated studs with little smaller studs machined by CNC to mount the Tray. I remember he spent many many hours on that deal....
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Re: Windage tray bolts

Post  rmcomprandy on Wed 31 Aug - 10:19

CANTON sells a package kit with those 4 bolts, nuts and washers.

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Got the Canton ones

Post  75truck on Wed 31 Aug - 11:37

Yes, and I am please with these. Seems to be a direct replacement with the stock bolts. So I will not need to have the block aligned honed.

Thanx all for your replies.

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