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Old 12-24-2011, 07:46 PM
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250 & 292 in line sraight differances

I have 64 chevy PU . thought it was 250 . i had the head redone . put back together with 250 gaskets kit . runs very bad . blowback pressure very bad .
Now i know its a 292 i think also at origanal was a LPG engine.
Any one know if it needs differant gaskets on this set up ?

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Check the parts books at your parts store. Ideally Napa or someplace old with stacks of old parts books. Computers only go back 20 years or so.
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The head and related gaskets are the same for 250 and 292. The block, side cover, and crankshaft and rods are the only parts that don't interchange.
If you have a 292, the passenger side motor mount is not directly opposite the one on the driver's side and on a 250 it is.
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Easy way to tell! Fuel pump behind mount on 292. Ahead on 250 and 230. You could have a 230 if it's factory stock.
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