no you cant. but i will go a bit deeper. im guessing you have the 350 with code ending in 0010 (its the most common)...i have had three of the 0010 350 blocks.... one was a two bolt and the other two were 4 bolt mains.
casting numbers are on the back of the block. there are numbers on the pad by the head on passenger side front that will reveal information too
on the back of the block where the belt housing bolts on and also on the front in front of the passenger side head there is a ledge that has a number there unless the block has been decked
The block casting numbers are on the top driver side of the bellhousing flange at the back of the engine. The engine code is stamped into a pad on the block deck in front of the passenger side cylinder head.
The back of the block will have a series of letters and numbers cast into it. That is what determines the date.
Answer the block casting #are on the back of the block and on the frount there is aleo a # on the sied of the block it is the last 3 #`s of the block coad. the frount # is usuly altered when engine builders like (jasper) rebuild them. so your best # to go by is on the rear fo the block.The casting numbers on any small block Chevy are behind the distubar on the drivers side if the block and the numbers can be identified at any dealership AnswerNo,that answer isn't correct.The casting number is on the passenger side of the engine just below the head right in front.You'll see where the block sticks out past the head (like a shelf)that's where it's at. AnswerThe number cast into the back of the block can tell you what size motor your looking at. The number on the front can tell you the year and type of vehicle it came from as well.
As almost all parts are interchangeable it is very hard to tell them apart. Check the casting numbers at the back of the block behind the driver side head, or measure the bore. There are no other ways that I know of. Maybe someone else has a better answer.As almost all parts are interchangeable it is very hard to tell them apart. Check the casting numbers at the back of the block behind the driver side head, or measure the bore. There are no other ways that I know of. Maybe someone else has a better answer.
Casting number is on the back, right hand side of the block just above the starter.
On the drivers side of the engine in back of the cylinder head there are casting numbers and next to the casting numbers are raised letters either 5.7 or 5.0.
This is the block casting number for a Chevy 305, build between 1976 and 1979.
number is on the back of block(drivers Side) near bell housing
the casting number is located on the drivers side at the very back of the block on the top. it will be right above the bell housing. also on the front of the block in front of the head where the head fits on the block will be a series of numbers that will tell you if the engine had a 2 bbl carb. or a 4 bbl carb. and if the car came with ac. again this is on the drivers side.
Hi, This Block came from late 80's to early 90's (87-88 to 1995) i have the same casting number 14088557 came from 1993 g-20 chevy my engine have these numbers Gm 5.7 LG/SGI Engine Casting 14093638 Date f013 Engine Number CPF 353206 Head Casting 1412193 Block #638 Engine Suffix code V0607UKT Bell House stamped h-6 627 Crank Casting 14088526 Back Seal 14088557 thank you so much if you got more info about this engine ,please let me know Yasser