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How can I tell if I have a 230 or 250 engine in my 6 cylinder 1967 Chevy C10 truck?
 
posted: October 28, 2012
 
    
 
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retiredpartsman
    
the quickest way look at crank pulley if it has 1 groove for belt is a 230 , 250 had a 2 belt groove pulley.LETTER code stamped on flat surface by dist SV 250 W3SPD MANUAL TRANS SW =250 W PG OR TH TRANS SX 250 W 4SPD TRANS ALSO TA -TE -TF ARE 250 CODES , TS-IS A 292 CODE AS IS UH- UQ-UT-VQ AND VR. IF YOU SEND ME THIS CODE CAN TELL YOU WHAT TRANS WAS IN TRUCK BEHIND THIS ENGINE. NOTE 230 WAS USED MOSTLY IN VANS IN 67. THE 292S IHAVE RUN INTO HAD 3 GROOVE CRANKPULLEYS .EASY ID FOR 292 BLOCK IS 1 IN TALLER HAS BYPASS HOSE FROM WATERPUMP TO UPPER OUTLET.
posted:  October 28, 2012
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