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Old 02-13-2010, 04:47 PM
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1961-1964 262 6 cylinder questions

I just bought a '60 ford f100 with a '61-64 commercial 262 swapped into it. It's supposedly in the same family as the 215 and 223 motors.

I think it needs a valve adjustment,
Does anyone have valve lash specs for this motor??
Or any other sources of info?? I'm havin a hard time finding info on it, thanks for any help.

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.019 should be about right.
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Thanks.
Know of any good sources of info for these motors? I have a feeling i'm gonna need it later on.
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Timing is at about 6-10 degrees.
Lash .019.
Plug gap .035.
Point gap .025

I got these by just googling ford 223 tuneup. A factory service manual from 1958-64 truck would give you a solid ballpark figure.
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61 - 66 F-100 & Larger F-Series Trucks
Knoxville - mights well go to the source, did U C the above, one of our forums? Go to the very top of this page and click on Forums (is in grey colored area).
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i have 64 with 223, want to cam it up, bore 30t. over ,put 4brl manfoild on with a split . what do you think. will
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i have 64 with 223, want to cam it up, bore 30t. over ,put 4brl manfoild on with a split . what do you think. will
I believe his name is Cornel Flashman (help me out guys) works on these, is a member. May B go to the member's list page(s) to PM him.

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