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Old 03-06-2006, 09:52 PM
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I have a 1995 350 block. the parts to rebuild the block are from a 77 350 block. con i use some of the pars? also can i put the 77 350 heads on the 95 350 block.

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What vehicle is the donor for the 95 engine? In 95 there was a traditional small block which would share many things in common with the 77. There is also the LT1 350 which shares a few things with the 77.
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The '77 crankshaft won't work because of the different rear main seal design. An adapter can make it work, but it would probably be cheaper to get a good used late-model 350 crank. The heads should bolt up fine.
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... if the 95 isn't an LT1
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