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#598173 Fri Dec 04 2009 03:11 PM
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'Bolter
Someone asserted (elsewhere) that the same "freeze" plug is used on all stovebolt (216, 235, 261) and GMC (248, 270, 302) engines.
I don't have access to GMC, but based on the photos the GMC are smaller.

I suspect both are something common, like other GM of the same age, but...?

Does anyone have the modern part numbers, source, or actual size for either one?
Thanks.

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expansion plug sizes will be listed here for each engine ... they'll be 'common' to the range of sizes available at any parts store, not identical for every GM engine

Bill



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Here's the 1954 entries at Bill's link - RockAuto.com

"free plugs" "freeze out plus" "expansion plugs" "core plugs" - block casting plugs.


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- The 216 and early 235 engines are not "splash oilers" - this is a splash oiler. [chevy.oldcarmanualproject.com]
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Cool, found it, thanks.


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