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  1. FordmanShane
    09-10-2012 05:09 PM - permalink
    where did you get you're hardened seats? I think I'm going do the same stick with my D2's and cj valves..
  2. FordmanShane
    07-10-2012 03:18 PM - permalink
    duly noted..I was thinking about going with the cj head since they are already machined and at a decent price, when you upgraded your valves what springs did you go with? stock? and what lifters?
  3. 73 ford guy
    07-10-2012 08:51 AM - permalink
    410 or w/e it's still all FE stuff in there. I would do all the oil mods with restrictors in heads and rear sump pan
  4. FordmanShane
    07-09-2012 11:26 PM - permalink
    sup bud! the book had some good info on it but he mentions the 410 once.....
  5. FordmanShane
    09-05-2011 03:47 PM - permalink
    any videos on your truck bro?
  6. FordmanShane
    07-17-2011 02:29 PM - permalink
    damn your truck is looking good brother!
  7. FordmanShane
    11-17-2010 08:47 PM - permalink
    did you fire that 428 up yet or what?
  8. FordmanShane
    09-13-2010 09:17 PM - permalink
    right on man, did you find any Cj valves
  9. FordmanShane
    09-11-2010 12:23 PM - permalink
    ohyeah i forgot you got took on a 428 crank....****in people these days
  10. FordmanShane
    09-10-2010 02:11 PM - permalink
    how do you think i feel when i sent ED my range box for free sighs some people eh anyways
    so you got everything for your engine build that's ****in sweet what cam did you end up going with? are you porting your cylinder heads CJ spec...

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