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Today 08:11 PM
Dragonoake
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Originally Posted by Dave57210 View Post
They had a pump - just not a high pressure or volume one. When I was but a kidlet, my dad drove a '49 Chev, and it had enough of a pump to be able to use a partial-flow (hung off the side) oil filter with replaceable cartridge in it.
My '59 Chevy had one hanging from U-bolts on the intake manifold
I don't remember if my '61 truck (which I believe also had a 235) had one or not
Today 03:25 PM
Too Many Projects Waiting to go in my '52 flatbed...

Today 03:19 PM
Dave57210
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Originally Posted by Dragonoake View Post
It appears that they did have an oil pump, but pre-1953 was a low pressure system that relied on splash to feed the rod bearings
They had a pump - just not a high pressure or volume one. When I was but a kidlet, my dad drove a '49 Chev, and it had enough of a pump to be able to use a partial-flow (hung off the side) oil filter with replaceable cartridge in it.

Believe it or not, Chev did not incorporate an oil filter into design of the inline 6's until 1961!
Today 01:41 PM
wretched ratchet All this 235 talk is sure making me miss my '56 Jimmy.

Today 12:52 PM
Dragonoake
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Originally Posted by BuzzLOL View Post
I knew Chevy's were always advanced OHV, no flatheads, but shocked to learn they didn't get an oil pump till part of '53...
It appears that they did have an oil pump, but pre-1953 was a low pressure system that relied on splash to feed the rod bearings

1958 Rock Arm Assembly Lubrication
Today 12:23 PM
Dragonoake
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Originally Posted by BuzzLOL View Post
Always wondered, how do they get oil up into the top/rocker arms of the splash lube sixes?
The rods had little scoops on the bottom that picked up oil; but I'm not sure how the top end was done, unless they relied on the cloud of oil that was floating around the engine
I do know that the later 235s were decidedly low-tech in that department: A simple metal tube dumped oil on top of the rocker shaft
Today 08:52 AM
1971BB427 Got my wrinkle walls out and screwed the beads so they're ready to put on the Falcon for the pre '64 drags this Sunday at Toutle, Wa. We're heading up Sat. and will camp out at the track. Sunday is the event, and expect 100+ cars to attend and race. Fun event, and make as many passes as you can fit into a day!

Hopefully the Eagles will hook better than the Hurst pie crusts did last year! The Hurst are so hard the Falcon spun them the length of the 1/8th mile. Starting out at 20 psi, and I'll lower them down until they bite well. I've got some old skinny tires/wheels to hang on the rear for towing the car, so I don't have to tow it with the slicks on it.
Today 12:43 AM
BuzzLOL
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Originally Posted by NEW INTERIORS View Post
MAN !!!!! What's going on with these people ???? They put your motor in backwards too !!!!! Mine is ***** backwards too...
. At least they grabbed a proper distributor...! ... Thinking about going GM HEI on my '78 Ford F150 351M/400... my '86 Monte Carlo usually started so quick never heard the starter crank it over hot or cold... but with this Ford Duraspark it always has to crank over several times before there is any sign of life to it... gotta be harder on the starter... plus, while it's cranking, I'm always wondering if it's going to come alive... often a minor problem somewhere in all the scattered ignition parts and/or connections...
Today 12:27 AM
BuzzLOL . Yes, late Chevy sixes have much more interchangeability with the SBC V8's... but might be able to fake an early valve cover onto a later engine for 'the look'...

. Always wondered, how do they get oil up into the top/rocker arms of the splash lube sixes?

. I knew Chevy's were always advanced OHV, no flatheads, but shocked to learn they didn't get an oil pump till part of '53...
Yesterday 08:59 PM
Dragonoake
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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
i wouldn't mind having a 250 or 292 with early head and valve cover for my 50 chevy pu.
I don't claim to be an expert on the subject, but AFAIK, there is very little interchangeability between the early (216/235) and late (194/230/250/292) Chevy sixes
Yesterday 08:42 PM
John long
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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
The engine I have I think is a 49 so it would have babitted rods and no pressure feed ,it is a fresh build but I am not going to use it,\it came out of a car then was built.
I really doubt you would be satisfied with it. If I know you, it needs to be able to run the highway at 65-70 without burning up. No matter how fresh, it is still obsolete technoligy.

John
Yesterday 08:29 PM
496CHEVY3100 The engine I have I think is a 49 so it would have babitted rods and no pressure feed ,it is a fresh build but I am not going to use it,\it came out of a car then was built.
Yesterday 07:39 PM
John long
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Iknow very lttle about the stovebolts,,I didn't know the heads were interchangeable,i wouldn't mind having a 250 or 292 with early head and valve cover for my 50 chevy pu.
I am not sure if that can be done. 53 may have been a transition year. I just know they use a valve cover like a 48-52 even though they are full oil pressure. The straight shift in 53 was still a splash lube even though the Powerglide was full oil pressure.

Whether or not the 53 head will fit a later model block or not, I just don't know.

John
Yesterday 07:28 PM
KVP
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
Oh HELL YES that's an awesome little car! DAMN what a great driver that could be!

Marge met Carmen today at work one of my co-workers cars he finally drove to work.

Brian

Brian, you need to check out the cars for sale on the H.A.M.B. and take a look at Marge's long lost sister. After seeing the asking price for her, you'll have a whole new appreciation of Marge. I agree with you on the Fairlane. I'd love to own one like it. What a fun driver it would be. Keith
Yesterday 07:06 PM
496CHEVY3100 Iknow very lttle about the stovebolts,,I didn't know the heads were interchangeable,i wouldn't mind having a 250 or 292 with early head and valve cover for my 50 chevy pu.
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