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    Default 4 bolt lt1 block, lt4

    got a 4 bolt lt1 block. lookin to get 250.. had tons of interest but no one really wants to pay shipping. come on someone local hit me up on this!

    it had 90k miles on it, it looks great. got taken out due to oil pressure, i took it apart, was a few bad bearings and one pretty bad cam bearing.

    have the whole lt4 rotating assembly as well

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    Using my cell so it doesn't show your location, what's local?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1SlowFormula View Post
    Using my cell so it doesn't show your location, what's local?
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    Do the main caps still fit tight? If they don't that is an indication of an overheated main bearing, but that is easily fixed with a tap from a rounded punch. As far as I know 4 bolt mains came out of Corvettes and are not that common.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noice View Post
    Do the main caps still fit tight? If they don't that is an indication of an overheated main bearing, but that is easily fixed with a tap from a rounded punch. As far as I know 4 bolt mains came out of Corvettes and are not that common.
    And very few LT4 SSs and some Firehawks. I just gave one away since nobody wanted to pay for shipping and I was moving.
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    Is this block still for sale? Original post is a few years old
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    LOL.. didnt even realize its a 2009 post.


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    Reason I ask is I have a good rotating assembly but no block. Did some looking for one but didn't search back this far
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