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    A plating shop can strip them electrochemically...

    A plating shop can strip them electrochemically for a few $.
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    There are many on this site far more...

    There are many on this site far more knowledgeable than myself, but I have heard that the K-members Chrysler made for these cars had inconsistent dimensions due to sloppy welding. You may have to...
  3. Absolutely. My last Dart had Tri-Y's, and I was...

    Absolutely. My last Dart had Tri-Y's, and I was able to keep my power steering. It can still be a bit tight, but it works.
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    Wow, this must be tough on you. By all means,...

    Wow, this must be tough on you. By all means, finish the car. If there is anything you need to know about building a Mopar, someone here will have the answer. Best of luck, and welcome to the site.
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    Wow, this must be tough on you. By all means,...

    Wow, this must be tough on you. By all means, finish the car. If there is anything you need to know about building a Mopar, someone here will have the answer. Best of luck, and welcome to BBD.
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    Thanks guys!

    Thanks guys!
  7. I'm just looking for additional bolt-on power. I...

    I'm just looking for additional bolt-on power. I am willing to invest in a set of assembled aluminum heads because if I take the stock ones off to port and polish them, I'd also be making a...
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    That appears to be the best option. Even if I...

    That appears to be the best option. Even if I have a slight pushrod issue, as some have mentioned, I suppose it's not a deal breaker.
  9. 1969 Chrysler New Yorker - Cylinder head recommendations?

    I have moved this subject from the "Engines, Drive train" part of the site because it has proved to be more involved than just a simple question, and because it involves a C-body. I am looking for a...
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    After looking online at what many people have...

    After looking online at what many people have written regarding Eddy and 440 Source heads, it may be a moot point. Apparently, the Eddy heads can potentially have pushrod clearance issues and may...
  11. A bunch of '60's and '70's Dart stuff in Chicago.

    http://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/pts/4834849802.html
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    Thank you for the response. Indeed, I figured...

    Thank you for the response. Indeed, I figured the choke would almost certainly need to go. As far as the piston height goes, the motor has never been modified in any way, so that measurement will...
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    I would like to keep my stock choke also, if...

    I would like to keep my stock choke also, if possible (though I recognize that may not be feasible). Boy, I wish that post editing feature would work for me.
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    By the way....I would prefer that the heads /...

    By the way....I would prefer that the heads / intake be aluminum, and I am not looking for power above 5K RPM. I doubt I will ever get the motor into that range....maybe 4 or 4.5 K at the most.
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    Cylinder head / manifold advice.

    I was wondering if some of you could give me some advice on selecting cylinder heads for a '69 350 HP 440. These will be going on a stock motor with little more than an upgraded timing chain and...
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    Mara Plating in Newark, NJ. I used to deal with...

    Mara Plating in Newark, NJ. I used to deal with them many years ago. I do not know what their work is like now, but they are still is business as far as I know.
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    If you have access to pictures or measurements of...

    If you have access to pictures or measurements of a wiring harness from a car that came with that alternator, you can compare it with your own. If the difference in amperage is not too extreme,...
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    Take a look at your pinion snubber, also. If...

    Take a look at your pinion snubber, also. If it's the proper distance away from the floor of the car, it will not let the rear end wind up so drastically that you have something like this happen.
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    I have no experience with mono-leaf...

    I have no experience with mono-leaf springs....perhaps someone well versed in this aspect of rear suspensions can answer that. However, I have used polyurethane mounts on every car I have been able...
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    I have no experience with mono-leaf...

    I have no experience with mono-leaf springs....perhaps someone well versed in this aspect of rear suspensions can answer that. However, I have used polyurethane mounts on every car I have been able...
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    Turning in the adjuster may take the play out,...

    Turning in the adjuster may take the play out, but it will hasten the wear. If the car is not driven very often, it will not matter much, but if it is driven a lot, you may need a new box before too...
  22. I would go with 1" torsion bars from Just...

    I would go with 1" torsion bars from Just Suspension. I have used them on 2 different Darts and had great results with them. I prefer a more rigid ride and crisp response from my cars, so I install...
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    I have had a block with similar damage repaired...

    I have had a block with similar damage repaired in the past a welder who added metal where it was missing and machined it flush. The smaller pits, I'm sure, will have to be milled out, but maybe...
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    I tried to edit that reply, but doing this via a...

    I tried to edit that reply, but doing this via a mobile device is a pain in the ass. You obviously accounted for this and are very much aware of of the distance of travel required. I hope you find...
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    You might be experiencing rear end wind-up. When...

    You might be experiencing rear end wind-up. When you nail the gas pedal, the rear axle will twist upward and push the drive shaft further into the trans. If there is not sufficient travel for the...
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