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  • rod pall nuts

    Shop manual say to replace with new pall nuts
    not the expence, but finding them is the hard part.
    small price to pay I guess anybody ever reuse them?
    Thanks

    also all the nuts on the pin pinch bolt ended up onthe drivers side of the piston Is that correct
    Thanks again

    steve strait

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    I've reused them, and more than once left them off without a problem. The shop manual tells you how to install the pistons and the rods and I'm too lazy to make a garage run to read mine. <g>.

    64 Challenger (Green Wrapper)
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      Palnuts - personally, I don't bother with them. Other engines get by without them![:0]

      All the pinch bolt nuts DO end up on the driver's side of each rod.

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      No deceptive flags to prove I'm patriotic - no biblical BS to impress - just ME and Studebakers - as it should be.

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