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  1. LS Engines Install Questions and Answers
    Hey there, I'm new to this but need some help. My BF and I have rebuilt a 1979 Chevy C10, LS Swap, New block. We just completed installing all the new parts and have just started it for the first time 2 days ago. We had a difficult time getting it to Idle, but we were able to kinda accomplish...
  2. Second generation 1967–1972 Chevy C10 Trucks
    Recently spun a rod bearing and underwent a partial 327 engine rebuild for my 1968 c10. Replaced the bearing, lifters, pushrods, gaskets. Caught it early and crankshaft showed no signs of wear. Got it all back together and it runs better than ever except for a rattle or chatter when...
  3. Second generation 1967–1972 Chevy C10 Trucks
    Last week my Dad was driving his 1970 C20, not realizing it leaked oil he ran it dry. When I get home in the fall I'm going to help him pull the motor and do a rebuild. I want to make a part list before I get home so we are ready to go when it comes time. I would like your help identifying the...
  4. Second generation 1967–1972 Chevy C10 Trucks
    I've spent most of my years just fixing what was already in a truck, so I'm not well-versed on swapping engines. So, a 'beginner' question: I've got a '71 c10 with a questionable 2-bolt 350 that's been sitting with the top end off for a couple decades. I'm replacing it with a rebuilt 4-bolt...
  5. Classifieds Buy,Sell, Wanted, Trade, Free Stuff.
    I have a guy that is local and he can build anything aluminum or steel for dress up , trucks,bikes quads . here is a engine cover he built for me to my specs and he is currently building valve covers to match , this is my ls2 6.0 in my 65 c10 . he will ship call him his name is Jeremy and his...
  6. First generation 1960–1966 Chevy C10 Trucks
    Due to the amazing noises emanating forth from my 292, I think it will need to be pulled. Besides another 292 or a 250, I would like to consider putting in a 283, 327, or 350 from that era. Are there any special considerations for mounting or connecting a V8 to this 66 C10 chassis?
  7. First generation 1960–1966 Chevy C10 Trucks
    I got my engine running, sort of. It was not running nor sounding well when I bought it. I attributed it to the leaky connection between the exhaust manifold and exhaust pipe (no donut) and a leak exhaust manifold gasket. I replaced that gasket and that donut. I also put in a new fuel tank...
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