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measure the diameter of the welsh plug holes that you need plugs for and any spares shop will have a GeeJay kit of welsh plugs that will have the plugs you want
The idea is to fit the plugs , the problem of why can be answered later after the job is done
I guess the short answer is I doubt it. The 460 engine should be a big block and the 351 is probably a large 302. I would expect the bolt pattern for the bell housing to be different along with the mounting and the tail shaft. The 460 should have a bigger drive shaft than the 351. If you can get the model of the 460 trans a salvage yard should be able to tell you if they will interchange.
On the cleveland i would always take the even setting torque all around the head and........... then the x patteron evenly out from front to back............Make sure to use torque wrench at equal intarviles each time to specific torque required....Hope this helps.
Unless you have changed the valve train in some way there is no adjustment. Just tighten the rocker arm bolts to 18 Ft.Lbs. Make sure the aluminum square piece fits down in the slot in the head. If try to start the engine right away, with used lifters, it probably won't start. The lifters have to bleed down to allow the valves to close all the way. Leave it sit for a half hour or so. With new lifters, it should start right up, assuming you have everything else right but, the lifters will clatter for a bit until the oil pressure is up.
Well there is a 302 cleveland, they are mainly an Australian engine. Identifying one is much like telling the difference between a 351 windsor and a 351 cleveland. Based on the fact that it's from Ford's 335 engine family. 8 cap screws to hold on the valve covers, the block is longer do to the timing chain housing being integrated. The fuel pump bolts are mounted vertically, and the exhaust bolt holes are diagonal. Also, a big difference between an american 302 and an aussie 302 cleveland, is the connecting rods for the cleveland are 6.000''. Where the american 302 connecting rod length is 5.090". Also, referring to a 302 as a windsor is incorrect, it's block families name is the 90 degree v8. The only engine in that family that is properly named the windsor, is the 351 windsor. The 90 degree family also includes the 302 boss. The boss has cleveland style heads, and the block has screw in freeze plugs.