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Old 06-19-1999, 07:13 PM
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Does anyone know if there is a difference between the Dove A-Blocks? Ive found 3 and they are all different. One has an A with a searies of dots around it on the front right by the water pump and DOVE-A on the left side of the block, one has an A on top of a square on the right front by the water pump and it also says DOVE-A on the the left side of the block,and the last one has nothing by the water pump but still says DOVE-A on the side. Ive been told a DOVE-A block can be bored to .140 over but I dont know for sure . But if anyone knows let me know so I know witch of the three to buy if not all. Thanks
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