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Old 01-24-2014, 09:28 AM
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Early 223 rocker arm

In desperate need of early rocker arm assembly with the studs that protrude for early valve cover Thanks Dude
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I should have one from a 215. Is that early enough?
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should be if it's the same for the 223 ")")
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1952/53 215, 1954/59 223: Valve cover retained to the head with two studs that poke thru the cover.

1960/64 223 uses a different head, valve cover retained by eight bolts. One at the front & rear, three on each side.
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I think I might have some too...
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let me know when you can Are you snowed in?
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223 parts have lots of them

I have one from 54 223 ci
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Yup. Got one. Last one in my stock.

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Here's what I have. PM or email me. You have credit with me for the oil pick up.


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I have a new coming so I am all set with the rocker arm set up Thanx guys
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