I am in the process of building a 1928 Chevrolet head to a model T block for a poor man's rajo and I have a issue with some of the valves. Would any of you folks know of a modern replacement valve for that head or do I need to find some good originals?
Thank you for any input you might have.
Neal Jern Custom Machine in Redding, CA. makes the conversion parts. If anyone would know; he would.
neal jern, or any machine shop will have books with valve specs, and probably just looking at it can get you close. really, its up to what you want as i'm sure you will be reaming guides, and probably going to a bigger valve. i have a chev head sittin around too that i always thought about doing up for a t. keep us posted on the project
try www.fillingstation.com I used them a lot for my 1929 Chev Coupe, and was always pleased.
Here's Neal Jern's website link:
I did a 28 chevy once that had a bent valve and we used a 305 intake valve. Worked just like the original.