I need some advice,
I have just installed one replacement cylinder head on my 1974 Chevy truck
with a 350 engine. During the installation I noticed that the push rod
guides in the cylinder head are round rather than the other sides sloted.
The holes are much larger than the push rods. Will this work? I am afraid
it is going to cause all kinds of noise once running. Are there different
pushrods for this head? I don't see how even a different push rod will work
because the holes are completely round. I don't recall ever seeing a small
block chevy head with these round holes as push rod guides. The head I have
does not have screw in studs.
thanks in advance