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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-06-2001, 03:38 PM Thread Starter
 
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amc v8 parts

I have some amc parts that i am getting rid of. I have:
3 sets of 304 heads,
2 304 blocks, 1 with rotating assy. still in it.
1 304 crank
and various other parts.

wanted to add I have some 401 stuff too. heads, block, crank, and rods with pistons attached.
let me know if you guys want any of this stuff. Wade


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Re: amc v8 parts

anybody need any of this stuff?

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you have any exhaust manifolds without the airtubes?

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Re: amc v8 parts

If Wade doesn't have a set, I do . . . now I am not going to promise you that I will let them go, but if the price is right - maybe. Wait for Wade to respond first, and if he doesn't have any . . . feel free to make me an offer at [email protected].



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Re: amc v8 parts

I have a set of manifolds but unfortunately they have tubes. sorry
anyone need some heads or a spare crank?

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Re: amc v8 parts

My manifolds used to have the air tubes. I took them off and got some fine thread bolts at NAPA to plug them up. It's an option.

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Re: amc v8 parts

were any of the 304's in jeeps? do you have any motor mounts? thanks....Ben [email protected]

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Re: amc v8 parts

Ben, all of the 304's are form jeeps. I don't have any motor mounts. I have been told that all you need is to replace the right one. the left I6 will work. I would hit the junkyard. As for the 304's anything in particular you are looking for?
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Thanks, Wade...I am looking for the motor mount to put a 360 in my cj7, motor is complete, don't need any other parts that I know of right now....Ben

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Re: amc v8 parts

hey WADE!

are the exh maniflds from teh CJ V8 application? center dump driver side?

if so I need that side, or both.

Im In NW Ark too so shipping/driving shouldnt be too hard

let me know!



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