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Unread 10-23-2001, 09:52 AM   #1
Mackddy6
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Pistons

I have a couple of questions...first off: Is the 304 block the same as a 360? I know on a 360, the stroke is the same as the 304, but the bore is different. Do I have the same block? Also...does anyone know where I can get pistons...only pistons...for a 360? or if I can bore out the cylinders to fit a different type of piston...what type can I use? I appreciate any help. Thanks..

Josh

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