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Old 11-02-2005, 09:35 PM
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can you help me

i was wondering if someone could send me a step by step engine rebuild information for Chevy motors. i want to rebuild one of my other 350s for a little project not for power for work.
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Old 11-02-2005, 09:45 PM
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I think the best book, complete with pics, on an SBC rebuild is "How to Rebuild Your Small Block Chevy" by Dave Vizard, available at most Barnes & Nobles, etc.
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Doc here,

Welcome! To The Forums!

OR try the local MAIN library REFERENCE room for FACTORY GM manuals...

By far the best, however, You can't check out most reference material at most library's SO bring a couple of rolls of Coins to make copies there!

just ask the reference guy for them, and IF they don't have them ... see if they can be outsourced from another system.

Actually, the best is hands on experience, as you tear it down ... and if you have one, take digi photos on anything that may be questionable going back together..make notes too...Not only will it be helpful in assembly, but a basis to start a journal should you want one on your rod as you build it..

The manual can guide you over rough spots and give specifications..but your experience will be the best guide..and...then there is always us here!

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