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01-01-18 12:50 PM - Post#2719687    
    In response to Jeffrey0180

Yep. Use a ratchet or breaker bar. The starter will go way too fast. You may need someone to put their finger over the hole and watch the mark. The easiest way I have found to get a ratchet on the crank is take the skid plate off, lay on the ground, and go up through from the bottom. I think a small block is a 5/8 socket and big block is 3/4. Make sure you can read the numbers on the pointer. 0 isn't exactly in the middle.

'88 Chevy K3500, aluminum head roller cam 511inĀ³ stroker 10.5:1 compression, 96 NV 4500, 94-98 grille, 305/70-16 (33x12) BF Goodrich KM2s, 91 cluster swap

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