Valve lash 350 small block?
you would probably want to call your local machine shop or part store.....but ,the valve lash adjustment for a Chevy 350 with hydrolic lifters,I believe, starts with the #1 piston at top dead center...tighten the intake valve rocker arm just enough so that the plunger inside the lifter is just below the snap ring...then go to the next piston in the firing order for the intake valves...when all the intakes are done you should be at #6 piston tdc...then go through the same steps with the exhaust valves...again I would double check, it's been a while. good luck
with a socket wrench and a feeler gauge. Set the valve lash to the manufacturer's specifications. Most lash adjustments are done "hot" (with the engine at full operating temperature) so keep that in mind. I usually set the lash 1 or 2 thousandths loose for the initial cold adjustment when dealing with a newly installed cam shaft, rocker arms, etc. You're better off being a tiny bit loose than you are being too tight.
"The v8 350 is a small block Chevrolet motor.....................it became a big block at 396cubic inches......so anything smaller is a "small" block" this is a little misleading. a 350 is indeed a small block. a 396 is indeed a big block. but you can have a small block that is (internally..cubic inch wise) actually larger than a big block. for example GM made a 400 cubic inch small block. internally it is a larger engine…