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Re: Please help me figure out what offer to make on this truck - 1936 [Re: zracTA] #1314558 Mon Jun 17 2019 12:49 AM
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So my question is, will a 216 valve cover fit on a 207? It sure looks like a 216 valve cover to me.

Re: Please help me figure out what offer to make on this truck - 1936 [Re: Mike B] #1314575 Mon Jun 17 2019 01:57 AM
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Originally Posted by Mike B
The 206 Valve Cover was smooth, not ribbed in '36, so it's wrong.


After further research it looks like 1936 may be a split year for smooth vs ribbed valve covers...

My 1951 parts book has the replacement valve cover for 1934 thru 36 as being "ribbed". So are the ribbed covers replacements or late factory???

Carl, the 35/36 covers are 25-5/8" Long...how long are the 216?

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