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1954 Buick Replacement of Engine Parts

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SECTION 2-E 1954 BUICK REPLACEMENT OF CRANKSHAFT AND CONNECTING ROD BEARINGS, PISTONS AND RINGS 2-17 REPLACEMENT OF 1954 BUICK CONNECTING ROD BEARINGS A connecting rod bearing consists of two halves or shells which are alike and interchangeable in rod and cap. When the shells are placed in rod and cap the ends extend slightly beyond [...]

2014 2014/11

1952 Buick Engine Description

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1952 Buick Engine Side Sectional View 1952 Buick Engine End Sectional View SECTION 2-B 1952 BUICK ENGINE DESCRIPTION 2-4 1952 BUICK ENGINES AND MOUNTINGS Engines in Each Series The 8-cylinder, in-line, valve-in-head engines used in Series 40-50 and Series 70 are of the same general design and external appearance, differing principally [...]

2014 2014/02

1957 Buick Engine Information & Maintenance

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GENERAL ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS 1957 Buick General Specifications   2-1 ENGINE DESCRIPTION The Buick engine has been increased in size for all 1957 models. All series use the same basic engine with a bore of 4.125", and a stroke of 3.4", and a piston displacement of 364 cubic inches. The larger displacement is partly [...]

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