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jimadydoodah
    
I'm restoring a '72 c10. It has an original 307 eng. Can I put in a 427 BB without any problems?
The truck did not have a/c from factory..I will be adding it..thanks
posted: February 4, 2011
 
    
 
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retiredpartsman
    
BE SURE TO USE A RADIATOR WITH A LARGE ENOUGH VOLUMN TO PREVENT OVERHEATING EXAUST WILL HAVE TO BE CHANGED .IF A STICK USE A 11 INCH CLUTCH FOR SURE . I PUT A 10.5 BEHIND A 348 ONE TIME AND IT SLIPPED IN HIGH GEAR .MIGHT HAVE TO EXTEND WIRES DUE TO LONGER ENGINE.IF USING A 350TH WOULD RECOMEND REFRESHING TRANS TO MAKE SURE HAS A CLUTCH PACK THAT WILL HANDLE THE 427.
posted:  February 4, 2011
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