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Where can I find a list of sbc head casting numbers? A direct link would be appreciated, not another search page.

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SOURCE: GM chevy small block casting heads number 041

go to mortec.com it will tell you everything about chev heads the # on the front of the heads is serial # and where it was manufactured

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the block casting when you are looking at the rear of the engine would be where the bellhousing bolts to the engine on the top-left side of the engine, the head casting should be on the left side head when looking from the back torwards the middle-bottom,and the crank cast should be behind the flywheel on the engine

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