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Username Post: FOUND!!! - 235 Fittings for Oil Pump / Block for Crossover Tube        (Topic#374652)
64K10 
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64K10
Loc: Cali
Reg: 06-25-04
03-07-24 02:14 PM - Post#2867650    

Found the fittings locally.

Motor is going in a '50 Panel with a 12bolt, 3.73 Detroit Truetrac posi, Saginaw close ratio 4 speed trans, Hurst comp + linkage, CPP disc brake conversion.

Motor's .040 over, cam tweaked a bit by Delta Cams (nothing crazy, want it streetable), solids, harmonic balancer rebuilt by Damper Doctor.
Head (848) resurfaced, new valves, seats, seals, etc. Harmonic balancer, crankshaft, flywheel, pressure plate balanced. Hope to start the assembly this coming week.

Then get back to "body" prep - ugh.


Motor is a '56 - 235

Looking for the two fittings, one goes on the oil pump output side, the other on the block.
The fitting/adapter is 1/4" pipe to 7/16" compression and is just over an inch long.

The fitting/adapter is M/M and the 1/4" pipe side screws into the oil pump and the other one into the block. The steel 7/16" crossover tube ends use a ferrule and compression nut on each end to attach to the fittings.

Thanks,




64K10


Edited by 64K10 on 03-23-24 01:55 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 




Mick53 
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03-15-24 02:11 PM - Post#2867978    
    In response to 64K10

Did you find what you needed? I just pulled a 235 out of my 53. I don't know what year it is but I'm pulling some parts and scrapping it. I let it freeze and cracked the block. Oops.



 
64K10 
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64K10
Loc: Cali
Reg: 06-25-04
03-23-24 01:24 PM - Post#2868214    
    In response to Mick53

Thanks for the reply.
If the old motor still has the fittings and crossover tube save them. Wasn't able to find a "new" source for the fittings. You can find the 7/16" steel tubing at online, tubing specialty stores, but none of the auto parts and/or hardware stores carry that size.

64K10


 
Mick53 
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Loc: Northern Indiana
Reg: 04-02-16
04-07-24 10:51 AM - Post#2868667    
    In response to 64K10

Sorry I didn't get back to you sooner. Did you get what you needed?



 




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