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Guys where can I find a good parts/assembly diagram for the 385 series 460. this is my first Ford BB and I am doing it from scratch no tear down to reference.
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You can find all kinds of diagrams by doing a search on the the internet, but it's handy to have a referance book handy in the garage where you will be tearing your engine down at. Go to your closest Barnes & Noble or BooksAMillion and look in the automotive section, there you should find a referance manual of some kind to guide you through the process and give you information.

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Give me a little credit I have done several searches using various terms and phrases with no luck. I was hoping to download or be able to print something off. I could certainly order a book but being that I am part of the "I want it right now generation" I want it sooner than later.
That being said I am looking for an online source that would have a parts breakdown/diagram/schematic of how this pig goes together.
By the way the local B&N is not BBF friendly nothing in stock.
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You can find all kinds of diagrams by doing a search on the the internet, but it's handy to have a referance book handy in the garage where you will be tearing your engine down at. Go to your closest Barnes & Noble or BooksAMillion and look in the automotive section, there you should find a referance manual of some kind to guide you through the process and give you information.

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http://www.fordracingparts.com/2010-catalog/

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Give me a little credit I have done several searches using various terms and phrases with no luck. I was hoping to download or be able to print something off. I could certainly order a book but being that I am part of the "I want it right now generation" I want it sooner than later.
That being said I am looking for an online source that would have a parts breakdown/diagram/schematic of how this pig goes together.
By the way the local B&N is not BBF friendly nothing in stock.
Thanks for your help in advance.
PIG ????? this is a BBF forum , PIG -- you go to where the bow tie dudes hang
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You can find all kinds of diagrams by doing a search on the the internet, but it's handy to have a referance book handy in the garage where you will be tearing your engine down at. Go to your closest Barnes & Noble or BooksAMillion and look in the automotive section, there you should find a referance manual of some kind to guide you through the process and give you information.
books/manuals ?? what do you want to do , join the club ? LOL Forgot--- OP, you could try a Ford dealer parts dept., might copy the pages you need

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For a first time 460 build this is what you want...

http://www.amazon.com/dp/0895860368/?tag=hashemian-20

Worth every penny. Tom Monroe lays it out step by step what you need to do for a stock or mild performance build. Many pictures and diagrams in the book. I reference this book regularly for torque specs, etc.
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Google search.

Did a quick search. Probably stuff out there you can use. Try Google and click on images or line drawings only.

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Thanks bosshoss, good find, never knew that existed.
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Fordman and caduncke thanks thats good info.
Not sure why I did not come across it in my searches.
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Monroes's book is EXACTLY what I refereanced to earlier, however his casting numbers on a few things are off. In the issue I have it list 429CJ, SCJ and police heads as DOAE-H and C9VE-A, which are wrong. I have an earlier issue and may have been corrected in a later issue. I referance his book, along with my Motor manual each time I build an engine for correct torquing of bolts.

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