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Rob Roche

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« Reply #15 on: September 01, 2011, 02:39:31 PM »

Just got a big greasy lump home and unloaded. cleaned the boss off and....

okay, so it's a 413. Whats the 5    15 mean? Is this a truck engine? It's also orange all the way to bare metal. So either it's original or got rebuil and repainted the wrong color at some point. A few of the freeze plugs look newish.
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« Reply #16 on: September 01, 2011, 03:37:11 PM »

Found my wife's camera...:)







What it's going in!




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« Reply #17 on: September 01, 2011, 04:06:12 PM »




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« Reply #18 on: September 01, 2011, 06:59:20 PM »

Not to get too far ahead of ourselves, the Max Performance and truck engine casting number is 1852029, meaning it was the stronger casting of the 413,  and the -2 means it was the second of eight casting sets used, so little to no cast shifting has occurred, cast November 1963, but not too sure how many motor homes these were dropped into back in 1963/64 timeframe, but know it is a tough enough block. So the next thing to do is check the head casting number according to this list. And the hits just keep on rolling.....





 Casting #
 Chamber Vol.
 Intake Valve
 Exhaust Valve
 Comments

 2406158
 73.5cc
 2.08
 1.6
  1967 440

 2463200
 73.5cc
 2.08
 1.74
  1963 361/383/413/426

 2406209
 81cc
 2.08
 1.88
  1963 Max zWedge

 3751213
  
 2.08
 1.74
  1973 400/440 motorhome     

 2402286
 81cc
 2.08
 1.88
  1962 413 Max Wedge

 2206324
  
 2.08
 1.74
  1961-67 361/383/413

 2268341
  
  
  
  1965 426

 3462346
 79.5cc
 2.08
 1.74
  1971-up 383/440

 3462346
 81.5cc
 2.08
 1.74
  1972-73 400/440

 4006452
 81.5cc
 2.08
 1.74
  1976-78 400/440

 3614476
 86+cc
 2.08
 1.74
  Stage 4

 1851509
 73.5cc
 2.08
 1.6
  1959 361/383/413 HP

 2406516
 73.5cc
 2.08
 1.6
  1964-67 361/383/413/425 300L

 2406518
 86cc
 2.08
 1.88
  1964 Max Wedge

 2408520
 73.5cc
 2.08
 1.6
  1964 late 300K with ram intake

 2128521
 73.5cc
 2.08
 1.6
  1960 361/383/413 300F

 2128522
 73.5cc
 1.94
 1.6
  1960-61 361/383

 1851524
  
  
  
  1958-71 350-413 Truck

 2264547
  
  
  
  1960-71 413, 361 Truck

 2402557
 73.5cc
 2.08
 1.74
  1963 300J & early 300K

 2202594
  
  
  
  1958-71 Truck

 1737622
 73.5cc
 1.94
 1.6
  1958-60 350/361/383

 1737635
 73.5cc
 1.94
 1.6
  1958 350/361

 2466676
  
  
  
  1971-77 413, 361 Truck and Maring

 1844705
 73.5cc
 1.94
 1.6
  1958-59 350/361/383

 1944705
  
  
  
  1958 350, 1961 361

 1406740
  
 1.94
 1.6
  1958-59 HD 361 Truck

 2406740
  
  
  
  1963-68 361, 413 Truck & Marine

 2406780
  
  
  
  1965-67 383 Truck

 2806887
  
  
  
  426 Marine & Industrial

 2843906
 79.5cc
 2.08
 1.74
  1968-71 383/440

 2899913
  
  
  
  1960-71 413 Truck

 2708915
 73.5cc
 2.08
 1.74
  1967 440 HP

 2206924
 73.5cc
 2.08
 1.74
  1961-62 361/383/413, 1961 300G, 1962 413 300-H

 2899943
  
  
  
  1971-77 413, 361 Truck

 3769975
 83.1cc
 2.08
 1.74

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« Reply #19 on: September 01, 2011, 07:36:47 PM »



Dodge Mo Homes started in 61.  As I recall, they used either the Poly or the 413.  The 413 was the preference.   But yeah, that particular engine is of the tougher alloy.  That's the alloy they used in the Magnums and maybe currently.  Suckers could go 100K with .003 ridges
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« Reply #20 on: September 01, 2011, 09:47:27 PM »

Okay, pulled a valve cover. The casting number on the head looks like 2406516. Although the 6's look almost exactly like 8"s but as there doesn't appear to be a 2408518, I'm pretty sure they are 6's. So I have a nice shiny clean set of 516 heads on what looks like a very clean engine (inside). I think this thing was recently gone through. Tomorrow, I'll pull the plugs and squirt a little oil in each cylinder, then see if it's completely loose, I know the crank moves, but I only turned it a tiny bit. 


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