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04-24-2003 08:08 PM
4 Jaw Chuck If it is a 71 block or earlier you have one of the more desirable Windsor blocks you can get, if the engine is apart have a look at the rods. The last 1971 351W motor I took apart had C9AE rods in them which is the better late sixties rod, they are slightly stronger. By a stroke of luck the heads were C9XX also...WOOHOO! Other than these items the blocks are mostly the same with only the bore casting getting a little thinner later on. Check your valve seats, some early heads had a tendency to crack in this area.

Have a look, good luck!
04-24-2003 05:11 PM
windsor info

hi guys,well everytime i get an answer on my rebuild another shows biggest problem is i dont have the stock info on my 351 windsor,its a 1971 out of a country wagon.any link to some healthy info or any info would be greatly appreciated.thanks to 4jaw chuck and 48 ford nut for the respnses to my last post.thanks guys.


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