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216 engine pictures
#1346380 Thu Feb 13 2020 06:11 PM
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Hey everyone. I'm fairly new to the Stovebolt forum and was wondering if anyone can give me a hands or share their 2 cent.
I currently have a 1939 Chevrolet PickUp with a 216 engine. We(I) recently removed Motor so we could reseal the engine because it had so much leaks. Long story short I'm in the
process of putting it back together and realized that I lost a few pics(before pics) so I can come back and look at them when I reinstall the motor.
Now I'm stuck on putting the master cylinder witht the clutch pedal back together. I was hoping maybe a few of you guys may have some pictures you may share with me for feedback

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Re: 216 engine pictures
Irv #1346428 Fri Feb 14 2020 01:23 AM
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"chevy.oldcarmanualproject.com" lots of pictures and info!


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Re: 216 engine pictures
Irv #1346539 Fri Feb 14 2020 10:13 PM
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JimCarter use to have a NOS 1939 engine in his small showroom. Not sure he still has it but I know it was there for quite a while and the last time I was in there.
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Irv #1346540 Fri Feb 14 2020 10:16 PM
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Re: 216 engine pictures
Irv #1346547 Fri Feb 14 2020 11:20 PM
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Check your email. Sent you some photos that might help. Tried posting one here without success.
46Sparky

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Irv #1346866 Mon Feb 17 2020 05:01 PM
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I appreciate ALL the feedback will look into it all. I apologize for the late response this flu hit me hard.

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Irv #1346867 Mon Feb 17 2020 05:05 PM
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Thank You for thr pic Sparky. It seems like my set up is way different which requiresthese spring and chain to be set up. Ill see if i cant copy the same set up you have.

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Irv #1346869 Mon Feb 17 2020 05:15 PM
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The spring seem to be set up to the Clutch fork

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Irv #1346870 Mon Feb 17 2020 05:16 PM
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The springs seem to have apply some tension for the clutch pedal

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Forty9 #1347057 Tue Feb 18 2020 07:18 PM
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Hey Forty9 by any chance do you if there is a gallery section i was scrolling around to see if I can find any pics but could not come accross any. I'm familiar with the page a bit, I used the page for specs. After removal of the engine we decided to look at the main bearings,

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