318 Poly Valve Train Question
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318 Poly Valve Train Question



 Hello!

New poster, longtime lurker.  I am from the Power Wagon side of things, I have 3 trucks, a 1956 flatfender, a 1961 2 ton (W500), and a 1964 W200.  I am working on assembling a 318 Poly for the W500.  The engine that I have came with two sets of heads: one had adjustable rocker arms, the other doesn't.  I have heard a lot of explanations for this, including adjustable push rods, and the rare long lost Canadian hydraulic lifter model of the 318 Poly.  My intention is to reassemble with the adjustable rocker arms, but can anybody tell me where these non-adjustable rocker arms came from?

Thanks!

Hank
Occasional poster on www.dodgepowerwagon.com
1956 C4W126 - 230 Flathead
1961 W500 - 318 LA -> 318 Poly
1964 W200 - 225 Slant 6

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