Re: Frost Plug holes in the 313/318 Poly Block
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Re: Frost Plug holes in the 313/318 Poly Block



Why no do what we used to do to Mercedes car.  We got an in the radiator hose heater.  Looks the same on the outside of the car and heats it up.  http://dieselgiant.com/mercedesblockheaterinstall.htm

Eric

On Mon, Mar 23, 2015 at 4:51 PM, Gary H. <62to65mopar@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I assume actual block is the same (except bore) so here is some data from the Technical Tips and Links page that may help:

"The early Poly engines from 1956 to 1962 use the “dish-style” 1 5/8 inch brass freeze (core) plug, #565-023 Dorman, and the later 1962 to 1966 Poly 318 engines use the “cup style” 1 5/8 inch brass freeze plug, #565-068 shallow cup or #565-030 deep cup Dorman freeze (core) plug. Notice that 1962 is a split year where the casting date will determine dish or cup style freeze plug. -- Gary P."

Thanks,
Gary H.

>  -------Original Message-------
>  Hello Again,
>  I have a Canadian Industrial 313 poly block which I am trying to find
>  and install a block heater into. The frost plug hole (center) is from
>  the outside in 1.625" D for a depth of .200" and then the rest of the
>  way into the water chmanber is 1.350"D
>  Does this match with the poly USA engines. I suspect that the canadian
>  engines are probably different. Thanking you for your help
>  Bob

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