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    Edelhoser 800 CFM carb

    The '64 to part way thru '67 rears were 1 inch narrower on each side than the later 8.2's. I believe the '69 rear would bolt right in, but then the wheel offset comes into play. I was emailing a rear end shop in Vancouver that does have a rebuild kit for the '64 and they said I could just switch...
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    Edelhoser 800 CFM carb

    Thanks for the info Bill. I was told long time ago, the '64 rear wasn't that strong. But now I differ on that thinking. I have a '69 3:23 posi complete rear out of a GS that has been sitting on the shop floor for over 10 years now. Hope the internals will fit into the '64, and put the 2:73's on...
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    Edelhoser 800 CFM carb

    Nope, just a street car, no slicks or sticky tires. I was wondering about the '64 8.2. Should be the same strenght as '65 when Buick put the 401 in the GS, that rear took the abuse back then.
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    Edelhoser 800 CFM carb

    Sure, its me, thanks again for the trouble for sending it Bill. Still thinking of putting in the 455 in the '64, but would the 8.2 rear end take the torque?
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    Edelhoser 800 CFM carb

    Hey Bill, is the bell housing still up for sale? Interested in it.
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    ISO: 1964 Buick 300 cylinder heads

    Larry, my email to get a hold of me is dojobela@gmail.com. Easier for me to send you more pictures that way.
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    ISO: 1964 Buick 300 cylinder heads

    Larry, sending you some pictures of one of the heads, I found this one, and the other has to be near it. Will look again when I go back to the storage place. Also sending you pics of a pair of complete rocker arms that I have, one of them is missing the tab that rests on the valve stem, will...
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    ISO: 1964 Buick 300 cylinder heads

    I will try and get you pictures in the next few days. I will send them from my wife's phone, she know how to do this. Will include the casting numbers also. Will get you shipping quotes, hopefully Friday or Monday. Thanks, Donnie.
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    ISO: 1964 Buick 300 cylinder heads

    Asking $100 dollars a head, and can ship them if interested. I am in Smithers B.C. Canada. I ship to people in Europe, USA, and Canada.
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    ISO: 1964 Buick 300 cylinder heads

    I have a set of '64 aluminum heads I bought many many years ago. Problem is each head has a bad spark plug thread. I bought them for a spare set, because the rest of the head is in great shape, but never got around to fixing the spark plug threads in each. Some body had started to heli coil...
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    4 speed transmission cars with passenger side speedometer cable location?

    Nice picture of the trunk replacement. Awsome. I bought a spare '64 Skylark for a parts car years ago, but it is in too nice a shape to use it that way. Still runs, and drives. But I have two spots in the trunk beside the inner fender wells that will need attention someday. Water is coming in...
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    4 speed transmission cars with passenger side speedometer cable location?

    Found it Bill, also found the clamps to hold the cable to the bottom of the transmission I need at The Parts Place. I should be good to go now. On my '64 Skylark, it has the driver's side speedo, so no problems with the 4 speed in it. Would like to somehow find the rare, one year only, 4 speed...
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    4 speed transmission cars with passenger side speedometer cable location?

    Thanks Bill, I finally found pictures in my 1969 Skylark GM Chasssis Manual. Shows exactly what your pictures show, except Buick used a 90 degree adaptor for the speedo cable into the trans. I will need the two speedometer cable clips that bolt to the two bottom 1/2 inch bolts of the...
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    4 speed transmission cars with passenger side speedometer cable location?

    Changing the automatic over to a Muncie M-21 in my '71 GS. Trying to do everything like Buick did in '71. Question is, where on the passenger side front floorboard did the hole for the speedometer cable go thru? My automatic car speedometer hole is under the steering column, which is correct for...
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