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    Default engine parts free

    I have two sets of 345 heads used. one head has had the piston hit and break a valve, the others are good. One 304 engine mostly complete but stuck. 345 intake manifold. 304 scout oil pan. truck oil pan. valve covers.pistons and rods good for cores. all for free, cleaning out my shop

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    Ronnie,

    do you have the passanger head of the 304? will you be willing to ship the part to me? thanks

    Chris.

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    Default engine parts free

    Hi Nuki,

    where abouts in west yorkshire are you? im in the wakefield / pontefract area.

    are all the engine parts included?

    Ta

    Matt

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    Yes do have a passenger side head. Can ship. I'll weigh and see what shipping will be. What is your zip code?

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    If you still have the 304, I might be interested in the heads - what kind of shape are they in?

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    The heads are interchangeable on an IH motor
    You can also use 304 heads on a 152 or so I've been told

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    Yes, the 304 heads swap, as do all the other SV engines, left to right and right to left. You have to match the piston type to the head, domed or flat, so that the combustion chambers are compatible. You can swap to domed pistons if you swap to domed piston style heads, etc.

    152=304 with the same rules applying.
    345= same rules.
    196, two styles of heads, non IC and IC, uses 392 heads with same rules. If the water tube goes into the head, it's non IC, be it 196 or 392. If it goes into the block, it's IC, 196 or 392.

    345 intake = 392 intake. IC or non IC 392, same intake. All of the above listed engines, same exhaust manifold.
    Allan E.
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    Default Head ID

    anyway to tell domed vs non domed without pulling the head? Thanks

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    If the engine is intact, the only way to tell is by the age of the engine. The A and E suffix (such as V304E or V304A) will be flat top. The ones without the suffix may be either. There are casting numbers on the heads, but I don't know which is which.
    Allan E.
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    any chance you'd have the dizzy for the 304?

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