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davbell22602
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Birthday:
Jan 7, 1977 (Age: 42)
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Bunker Hill, WV
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davbell22602

Full Access Member, 42, from Bunker Hill, WV

davbell22602 was last seen:
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    1. Motor city
      Motor city
      Do you have Rally wheels for sale
    2. RetroC10Sport
      RetroC10Sport
      Thank you Dave! Hope you're doing well!
    3. 89Suburban
      89Suburban
      Happy birthday Dave.
    4. woodandtool
      woodandtool
      Thank you. Just wondering, when can I post? I Have tried, but it will not let me.
    5. 89Suburban
      89Suburban
      Don't forget about lurkers to who might come across it.
    6. 89Suburban
      89Suburban
      Put and add up in the for sale section for the fire brick. Got some members on there from Pittsburgh on my board too. Ans some members here are close too aren't they?
    7. HotRodPC
      HotRodPC
      Cool, I'll go look for him. Thanks
    8. HotRodPC
      HotRodPC
      NO. Machine shop has to do it. They are pressed in usually. You replace your own valve seals, but not guides.
    9. HotRodPC
      HotRodPC
      There you go then. Go with the timing cover and bell housing threads.
    10. HotRodPC
      HotRodPC
      Bell housing bolts are fine, and some accesory hole on the front of the motor, maybe even water pump if you have to. If the timing cover bolts are 3/8 that should work too. Just avoid the smaller 1/4 bolt holes for such a heavy block.
    11. HotRodPC
      HotRodPC
      Yep, that should work. If its related to outdoor sports, guns, fishing, archery, ATV riding etc, all should go in the great outdoors.
    12. HotRodPC
      HotRodPC
      Yes, if its a GM crate motor, its a 350. GM did not rebuild 305's.
    13. HotRodPC
      HotRodPC
      You gotta be kidding me dude. Do you realize how long it took me to do thet Th350 thread. I feel like a fuggin author of a book now. LMAO I need a write up break. So if I do, it won't be anytime soon. If I did anything on a axle soon, it is likely to be to add a Lock-Right or Detroit Locker to a 14b FF.
    14. HotRodPC
      HotRodPC
      Thanks. Its very very time consuming and slowing me down a bunch. I hope to finish the trans tody and maybe the write up tomorrow.
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    Birthday:
    Jan 7, 1977 (Age: 42)
    Location:
    Bunker Hill, WV
    Occupation:
    unemployed
    First Name:
    David
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    I Dont
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    Have
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    One
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