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Topic Review (Newest First)
09-30-2002 05:59 AM
engineguy Yup. The picture is a one piece seal, used in the later engines. You obviously have a 2 piece seal.
09-30-2002 05:51 AM
tony350ss ok, i think i got it, is this a 1 peice? cause if it is, then i do have a 2 peice, because mine is kinda like the main caps, you know, half a circle.
09-30-2002 05:50 AM
engineguy If your block is a 1969, then half of the seal should be in the case and the other half in the real main cap.
09-30-2002 05:44 AM
rear main seal

ok so, i know my chevy small block is a 1969, but i thought that prior to 86, small blocks came with a 2 peice rear main seal, but it appears as if i have a 1 piece. i mean i unbolted it from the block, and it is only one piece, am i looking at it the wrong way? how do i tell for sure? thanks

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