You want the engine to be level forward to back and side to side for best
fuel distribution. I'm wondering just how far off horizontal the pan is?
Do you have a protractor to measure the angle.
I have a V-8 in my AD and the engine/trans are level. Are you sticking
with the stock steering and axle?
Yuba City, CA
1950 Chevrolet 3100
From: Mark Self <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Oletrucks list <email@example.com>
Date: Tuesday, September 05, 2000 3:58 AM
Subject: [oletrucks] Engine placement
>I started to install my Olds 4-3/TH-350 in my '55 1st. Chevy 3100. As i
>positioning the combo in the frame. I was raising the tailshaft to get the
>TH-350's pan surface paralell to the ground. When I thought it looked
>right, I climbed out to check the carb throat to see if it was horizontal.
>How are you supposaed to position the engine to get the carb setting the
>it should? I always thought you wanted the carb throat surface to be
>horizontal. But, if the TH-30's pan surface isn't paralell to the ground,
>won't this cause problems?
>Any feedback will be appreciated.
> Mark Self
> Redlands, CA
> '55 1st 5-window 3100
> "Sentimental Journey"
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