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383 rocker arm shaft question "HELP"

Old 03-24-2018, 11:56 AM
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383 rocker arm shaft question "HELP"

Hello I need some assistance in figuring out if the rocker arm shafts from a 1966 ser# 2408516 head will work on a 1960 ser#2206324 head. Seems like the mounting posts on the 516's have a rounded mounting surface where the mounting surface on the 324's is flat. I have attached a picture of the flat mounting surface on the 324's any help would be greatly appreciated.
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You are correct....
1. Head takes a tube mount... The other uses a stand style rocker asm.
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Ok so the tubes I have from the 516's are not compatible correct? And Thank You for the speedy reply!
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