When did they switch from gen to cone? Are they basically the same minus the generator/ stator?
Finally...some one with some good info around here. I was starting to lose hope in this place.Dragon said:shovel answers :
you can move more gravel or hot asphalt with a square point shovel ..
you can dig faster in sand dirt or mud with a round point shovel ..
Actually, you can stick early heads on late motors and vice-versa.tom said:one common thread seems to be the heads, they are interchangable '66-'79
actually the trannys are the same, just swap out the main shaft for the longer '70 & newer one. all other tranny parts are the same.Richiepan said:keep in mind trannys are different also - due to addition of alternator cant use a flatside tranny with a cone nose motor
You going to hydraulic lifters, a la S&S, so you can do away with the exterior oil lines?Weyland said:I've got a 1969 Shovel, with Evo pinion race and bearings,
Evo style oil pump, wearing late model heads and rockers.
Getting ready to put Evo lifter blocks in it, too...
Yes, I think so, but haven't committed yet.hogtownhd said:You going to hydraulic lifters, a la S&S, so you can do away with the exterior oil lines?