yes with link provided it is explained that with machining it can be done but you need to check with the shop if they can machine the block to accept the splayed or angled bolts
To tell if your engine is a 2 bolt main or a 4 bolt main. Turn the engine upside down on an engine stand. Next, count the number of bolts on each main bearing cap. if there are two, then its a 2 bolt main. And if there are4, then its a 4 bolt main. This applies to the three center caps. The front and rear are always 2 bolt.
4 bolt main
The difference between a 2 bolt main and 4 bolt main is how many bolts hold the caps that hold on the crankshaft. (A 2 bolt main has 2 bolts to every cap and the 4 bolt main has 4 bolts to every cap) A 2 bolt main should be able to handle 500hp as long as you don't push it above 5500RPMs.
1500--2 bolt, 2500 4 bolt
305 sbc 2 bolt main
no cause a 4 bolt main has 2 extra bolts on each main
i have a engine with this # and its a 2 bolt main
You could check the block serial number at mortec.com, but it's probably 4 bolt.
If its a 1/2 ton it will be a 2- bolt main, You can run the engine # if you need to know for sure. But i'd bet its a 2-bolt
If it's the factory engine, then it will be a 2-bolt main engine.
can be both ,i have a 350 010 2bolt main
it is more than likely a two bolt main. i have a 90 1500 and it was a 2 bolt before i changed motors