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    ?? question - do all v8 valley covers interchange - 232 - 359 - 289

  • #2
    I am pretty sure that all Studebaker valley covers will physically
    interchange between the 224,232,259,289 and 304. BUT, there are some
    differences in how they vent for the different years/models.

    Tom

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    • #3
      The bottoms are all the same it is the tops that are different.

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      • #4
        Alan,

        That's not entirely true. Some of the R-series valley covers don't have a second layer to them. Since they don't vent thru the valley cover, there's no reason to have that baffle there. I've got one here like that that's chromed.

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        the BerStuda Triangle!!

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        • #5
          Never say never with a Stude there will always pop up an odd ball.

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          • #6
            thanks for the replys - alf

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