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Oiling Diagram Please

Guys iv searched around and can't come up with an oiling diagram for the 351m/400 motor. If one of you fellow fte'ers cares to share I would be grateful!! .
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never yea right none ya lol have no idea WTH? NOT! really never
Maybe in here?

History of the Ford 351M

Rumors & Myths

351M/400 Performance Build Up

M-Block 351M/400 Parts Reference

Bubba's M-Block Ford V8 Workshop

http://grantorinosport.org/bubbaf250/parts/pics02.html

http://diyford.com/oiling-system-int...-ford-engines/

https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q...rd+oil+diagram

Or ask in here? 335 Series- 5.8/351M, 6.6/400, 351 Cleveland - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums
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Thank you 77&79 I sifted through and found something.. Caught searching fatigue earlier I guess..

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never yea right none ya lol have no idea WTH? NOT! really never
What is the thrill of shooting a deer from the road? I like having to get in the woods to get them. lol

I also figured that those 351M/400 links are pretty informative.
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What is the thrill of shooting a deer from the road? I like having to get in the woods to get them. lol

I also figured that those 351M/400 links are pretty informative.
Maybe getting caught by the game warden?

Yes I was reading through them last night, definitely going in the archives because I plan on building a hot one one day

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