jerry-02less

Sold 72 tii short block w/ new Piano Top pistons,

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Price: $950
Location: Charlotte, NC

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I bought the engine about a year ago for an 02 project but have decided to go a different direction. Everything as stated is new and is in good condition. I prefer to sell it locally if at all possible but might could ship if absolutely necessary. 

 

Specifics:

1972 m10 tii block bored +2 New Mahle 9.5:1 Piano top pistons

New Chrome Molly rings

New standard size crank and rod bearings

New double row timing chain and guides

New water pump

Original oil pump and pickup

Oil filter housing Oil pan

New front and rear seals

 

Asking $950

 

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I bought the complete engine from a resto shop in Atlanta. The first thing I did when i got it though was have a local engine builder go through and check everything out. He dismantled the engine and mic'd the crank and it was good and the bearings are new. He also checked the bores and ring end gaps and again, everything measured out nicely. 

 

Let me know if you have any other questions.

 

Jerry

 

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I'm having trouble believing it to be a Tii engine.  Timing chain cover is an std carb engine cover.  I don't see any oil return opening for a KF pump oil return.  With 2 new pistons, do they weigh the same as the other 2?  The crank pulley looks like one for a E21 chasis.   These questions need before it is worthy of a Tii engine listing.

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2 hours ago, jimk said:

I'm having trouble believing it to be a Tii engine.  Timing chain cover is an std carb engine cover.  I don't see any oil return opening for a KF pump oil return.  With 2 new pistons, do they weigh the same as the other 2?  The crank pulley looks like one for a E21 chasis.   These questions need before it is worthy of a Tii engine listing.

 

 

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That's a standard '02 water pump also.

 

I believe it's a tii block -- that someone wished to use in a standard 2002.

 

Cheers,

 

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Edited by ray_
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Ray, what are talking about, the oil line from the filter housing is the feed line, the drain back is a hose that fits onto a nipple not unlike the dipstick tube nipple. You can see on the block where someone has removed the nipple, tapped the hole and installed a threaded plug.   Someone was probably going to use this with carb or carbs.  With the head stuff that this fellow is selling, a couple of good 40 dcoe;s, a worked over head and a good exhaust, this could be one sweet little engine

 

Thanks, Rick

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16 minutes ago, stephers said:

Ray, what are talking about, the oil line from the filter housing is the feed line, the drain back is a hose that fits onto a nipple not unlike the dipstick tube nipple. You can see on the block where someone has removed the nipple, tapped the hole and installed a threaded plug.   Someone was probably going to use this with carb or carbs.  With the head stuff that this fellow is selling, a couple of good 40 dcoe;s, a worked over head and a good exhaust, this could be one sweet little engine

 

Thanks, Rick

 

 

Oops.

 

That's right. 

 

Cheers,

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