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To: A Daniel Cronin <>
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From: Robert Lang <>
Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2008 11:24:59 -0400 (EDT)
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On Thu, 11 Sep 2008, A Daniel Cronin wrote:

=A0 9/11 Listers: Several days back (while on vacation) there were several=
submissions on the 2 oil galley plugs in each end of the block and the one=
in the head.=A0 I am undertaking a full rebuild and upgrading of my motor=
and would like to know how you guys remove these plugs before I do=20
something I might regret!=A0 Any help would be appreciated! Dan C

"The Book" shows the full oiling system schematic. The TRF parts book=20
shows all the plugs - they're pretty easy to find.

That said, there are various plugs in the block. Some are pipe thread=20
little plugs at least two are plugs that are threaded into the block and=20
then peened over (or cut flush) and one (in the back of the block) uses a=
machine thread - it's pretty much a set screw.

But a good machine shop should "know what to do".

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