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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Mar 6th, 10, 3:11 PM Thread Starter
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what years chevy motor have z-bar installed

any one have a rough guess as to what years that chevy motors came with the hole and threadings for the ball on a z-bar linkage?
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Re: what years chevy motor have z-bar installed

they all have the bosses, but not all of them were drilled. i think they didn't drill some in the 70's when they were trying to save money, but the 94 Caprice LT1 i have on an engine stand in my garage has it drilled and tapped. Chevy II blocks used a different location and i think had a second boss cast in for it..
i think the only pre-LS series Chevy V8 blocks that didn't even have the mounting boss cast in were the GenV big blocks from the 90's and probably the 8100 truck engines. GM sells a bracket to hook up a Z bar to these blocks.

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