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Old 06-12-2019, 05:34 PM   #1
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Block casting #’s

53021319AG and 53021319CB. Are there any differences in the blocks?

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I don't know... good question..
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Old 06-12-2019, 07:47 PM   #3
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Reason I ask is the block in my truck has the CD casting and the block I was going to use for my Stroker had the AG. Didn’t want to get down the road assembling and realize I’m missing some tab, ear or thread on the new block. Unfortunately I have no background on the future Stroker blocks history. Might just use my truck block for the rebuild.
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Only difference in the hemi block I believe between a 5.7/6.1 block is the bore size. Externally all the holes and mounts are the same as a truck block. All the truck blocks pre VVT are the same.
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The Ag block has slightly thicker bores , .020-.030 thicker...not that it matters
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