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Comment by bob stewart on August 27, 2013 at 6:45pm

looking for help. first mopar build. i got a 1980 dodge d150 stepside im bulding a 440 for. my problem is i have a 440 out of a 78 motorhome. redoing the heads and the valve stem seal i got from summit just dont seem right? i have 8 tall ones and 8 that are just dished and dont slide over the guides at all?? anyone with pics or help would be awesome!!!

Comment by Dragon on June 11, 2013 at 6:42pm

not even my shop manuals from the '70's has the info that I need, I thought I could find a Mopar pro to help me out. I've been twisting wrenches for 30 yrs (20 yrs owning my own shop) I've never had the money for the cool stuff 'til now, just want to do it right the first time

Comment by William Ashley Sliski on June 11, 2013 at 6:32pm

It would be in your best interest to get a factory service manual.

Comment by Dragon on June 11, 2013 at 12:45pm

hey guys , I'm looking for some help with my 8 3/4 sure grip rear end. putting in new axles and bearings and need to figure out how to properly adjust the axles, I don't want to destroy my new bearings ! I need the help of old Mopar head , does anyone know what I'm talking about ???

Comment by PETE'S 440 R/T on January 5, 2013 at 3:22pm

(business time) fine job guys looks, sounds, the way it should  

Comment by Robert M. Simpson on April 29, 2012 at 9:53am

Do you have the headrests?  Is the padding still there?  If so, don't get rid of the original covers.  Take it to a trim shop (upholstery shop) in your area.  If you are thinking of doing it yourself, you will need a power sewing machine, and they are really expensive.  If you want a good trim shop (not one in your area), Here's one,

Lewis Auto Trim

2865 Carson Hwy.

Adrian, MI (517) 263-8561

ask for Steve

Comment by Jeffrey J. Diettert on April 29, 2012 at 7:36am

any help for recovering b-body headrests? superbird has white interior.

Comment by Andrew C Bickers on April 26, 2012 at 2:28pm

hop you guys like my mopar truck. just put a new front steering link package. can't wait to get the alighnment done!

 

 

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