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`40s Flathead Engine ~Part 2~; Wiring
Topic Started: May 15 2007, 06:18 PM (374 Views)
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I like to start by drilling out all the plugs, oli line etc. Drill the plugs with a .030 bit. All the oil lines with a .022 bit. Water necks on heads .040 bit.
Drill a .022 hole all way through the dist. Then detail paint, body Alum, Caps Black and the Top with Flat Browm as per pics. Then run 4 pcs. of .012 spark plug wire through the dist. Attach to the front of the block.
The oil lines are drilled in the top of the bell housing behind the left head and in the oil pan.
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