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Re: New Member in NC w/'41 Pickup
Semo #1333931 Fri Nov 15 2019 10:32 PM
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ha...thanks tim.....i could look it up but my pc is down and i hate this laptop. what a waste.

......thats quite a ways from me, semo, but thats a standing hot dog invite!!!


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Re: New Member in NC w/'41 Pickup
Achipmunk #1335161 Mon Nov 25 2019 01:11 AM
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41 AK Bucket Oโ€™ Bolts
Thanks i will do that๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜Š


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Re: New Member in NC w/'41 Pickup
Achipmunk #1335163 Mon Nov 25 2019 01:13 AM
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41 AK Bucket Oโ€™ Bolts
Little bit of a ride, near Franklin Va


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Re: New Member in NC w/'41 Pickup
Justhorsenround #1335164 Mon Nov 25 2019 01:14 AM
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41 AK Bucket Oโ€™ Bolts
Thanks ๐Ÿ‘


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Re: New Member in NC w/'41 Pickup
Rusty Rod #1335165 Mon Nov 25 2019 01:17 AM
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Thanks, looking forward to being a part


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Re: New Member in NC w/'41 Pickup
coilover #1342632 Sat Jan 18 2020 12:38 AM
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Would love a working engine, and tranny is shot too. Thanks for the response. Any suggestions are appreciated


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Re: New Member in NC w/'41 Pickup
Semo #1342650 Sat Jan 18 2020 02:41 AM
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Semo, please understand only about 1% of the site membership even look at this Welcome Center Forum. You will get more views and answers if you post in the garage forums. Read the post by Cletis on Why posts are edited, deleted or moved, at the top of the General Truck Talk Forum for guidelines on using the site.


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Re: New Member in NC w/'41 Pickup
Semo #1342697 Sat Jan 18 2020 03:10 PM
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Welcome to the โ€œBoltโ€! A wealth of knowledge is at your fingertips and all you have to do is ask!

You may consider a later 235. I not sure but I think a โ€˜53-โ€˜54 may just bolt in and is a full oil pressure engine. Maybe, another more knowledgable expert could chime in. A later 235 would also work with a few modifications. These are definitely more abundant and easier to find. They were made up to โ€˜62.

Last edited by Phak1; Sat Jan 18 2020 03:16 PM.

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Re: New Member in NC w/'41 Pickup
Semo #1342708 Sat Jan 18 2020 03:49 PM
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1954 was the first year for high-pressure 235 engines. There might be a few 1953 car 235 engines that were high-pressure oil systems.

As Phil posted, post 1954 and post early 1955 235/261 engines need to have their water pump location modified (for appropriate cooling).


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- If you have to stomp on your foot-pedal starter, either you, or your starter, or your engine, has a problem.
- The 216 and early 235 engine are not "splash oilers" - this is a splash oiler. [chevy.oldcarmanualproject.com]
Re: New Member in NC w/'41 Pickup
Semo #1342852 Sun Jan 19 2020 09:38 PM
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welcome to the site!


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