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dmaddox
03-03-2010, 08:58 AM
2F head with rocker assembly - 80.00
Disc Calipers - 50.00
Early bib (excellent shape/red has holes for bib lights) - 80.00
Coarse birfs with fine inners - assembled axles - 100.00 for the set.
Nice F155 valve cover (decal still in place - looks great) - 35.00
2F intake/exhuast - 35.00
F Oil filter assembly with lines - 35.00
Pair of decent metal rock guards for rear tail lights - 15.00
Good set of early fender emblems with backing nuts - 25.00

...or 300.00 for everything.

In short I faced layoffs at my job and other "issues" that forced me to accept a job offer in the Salt Lake City area.

It's costing me several thousand to move and am just selling some of my extra parts to help with the move.

Thanks so much and all the best!

Dallas
719-640-4736

Uncle Ben
03-03-2010, 09:06 AM
2F head with rocker assembly - 80.00
Disc Calipers - 50.00
Early bib (excellent shape/red has holes for bib lights) - 80.00
Coarse birfs with fine inners - assembled axles - 100.00 for the set.
Nice F155 valve cover (decal still in place - looks great) - 35.00
2F intake/exhuast - 35.00
F Oil filter assembly with lines - 35.00
Pair of decent metal rock guards for rear tail lights - 15.00
Good set of early fender emblems with backing nuts - 25.00

...or 300.00 for everything.

In short I faced layoffs at my job and other "issues" that forced me to accept a job offer in the Salt Lake City area.

It's costing me several thousand to move and am just selling some of my extra parts to help with the move.

Thanks so much and all the best!

Dallas
719-640-4736

Do you have the lifter valley cover with PCV elbow?

MDH33
03-03-2010, 09:07 AM
Dallas, sorry you'll be having to move. (but Salt Lake isn't a bad spot to relocate too).

I'm interested in the 2F intake and exhaust manifolds. Do you know what year 2F they came from? How are the studs?

Any chance you'll be at the RS meeting tonight?

dmaddox
03-03-2010, 10:26 AM
I do not have an engine side cover - no, sorry :-)

Also - I am in Colorado Springs area. We *might* be able to convince PabloCruise on one of his trips down to cart it up to the denver area for you guys if interested. We can cross that bridge when we get there.

Dallas

nuclearlemon
03-03-2010, 02:26 PM
I do not have an engine side cover - no, sorry :-)

Also - I am in Colorado Springs area. We *might* be able to convince PabloCruise on one of his trips down to cart it up to the denver area for you guys if interested. We can cross that bridge when we get there.

Dallas

I've got a nice powdercoated side cover (sans dimple), and pablocruise is coming down sat am to get some glass from me;)

PabloCruise
03-03-2010, 02:53 PM
Dallas - what year is your 2F head?

I know someone who needs one.

I can bring things back up from C-Springs this Saturday, but I will have very limited availability to drop-off.

Let me know!

dmaddox
03-03-2010, 04:34 PM
Looks to be a 77ish 2F head - but I could be mistaken.

Drunken Ira Hayes
03-03-2010, 04:39 PM
If that head will work with my late model 2F block (1985 I think) I would be very interested if hasn't been already been claimed.

Thanks,

Brad

Corbet
03-03-2010, 08:33 PM
if you need any advice on the SLC area let me know. I lived there for 7 years

dmaddox
03-04-2010, 12:55 PM
not sure if a 77ish 2F head will work on your late model 2F - i don't think so - but I may be wrong. I thought the later model heads were different.

MDH33
03-04-2010, 01:02 PM
Did that intake and exhaust manifold come off a 77 as well? Still interested if it did.

:)

dmaddox
03-04-2010, 01:13 PM
I know for a fact that the intake did - it has a tig patch were it previously cracked as usual. However the exhaust is a one piece that it came with in some parts boxes and I am not sure exactly what it came off of.

PabloCruise
03-04-2010, 05:02 PM
I think 77 2F had domed pistons and 85 I believe would be flat top pistons.

Putting '77 head on '85 2F = drop in compression ratio.

Again, I am speculating here - someone correct me if I am wrong.

Dallas, my buddy needs a head for an '86 2F

wesintl
03-04-2010, 05:58 PM
I believe that is right. you can shave the head way down to get the compression back up though. I put one on my old 60. there is info from mark whatley on mud about it

Drunken Ira Hayes
03-04-2010, 06:14 PM
My block definitely has flat top pistons, so I suppose I shouldn't take any chances. Good luck with the sale Dallas.

Brad

wesintl
03-04-2010, 06:56 PM
it'll work.. you need to take to a machine shop and get something like one onethousandths taken off. it's a stronger head then what's on 60's :) good luck finding a 60 head that isn't junk

Drunken Ira Hayes
03-04-2010, 08:26 PM
I know all to well about the apparent scarcity of good 60 heads, buying a cracked one that was supposedly good got me into this position. I'm just trying to get back on the road for as little as possible. Good luck with the both the move and the sale, Dallas.

Thanks again,

Brad

PabloCruise
03-05-2010, 11:20 AM
I believe that is right. you can shave the head way down to get the compression back up though. I put one on my old 60. there is info from mark whatley on mud about it

What do you do for push rods?

wesintl
03-05-2010, 11:22 AM
everything is the same. there is adjustment in the rocker arms...

Rzeppa
03-05-2010, 05:59 PM
If no one takes the complete front axle/birf setup I'd be interested in the long side inner.

Sorry to hear about the job loss/move - We'll miss you Ragman!