KCDuckMaster wrote:Well so what if it didn't need to come off. Next time you'll know and like ya said your not in a hurry. And ya i can tell that's been through some mud before!!
Ya hopefully you can repair the block, i would bet you'll find a scored up cylinder and hopefully you'll be able to sleeve it and save the block but it might just be cheaper to find a replacement anyway. Maybe you might get lucky and find just a few rod bearings spun but i doubt thats the case since the motor is locked up
Booney3721 wrote:Try being a dishwasher/Grill cook/ellectrition/garbage disposer and your owner/boss is a fat greek woman who cals you names as Retard, stupid, idiot, molocah, f*** face and tard, and tells you that you was the inspiration for abortion and birth control.
Montanafowler wrote:hey, it may be expensive, but you'll have a bright shiny new engine to break in
you gonna paint the block when you're done?
fowl_wishes wrote:painting the block any color other than black will help find leaks if you ever spring one. I have always been a fan of red or orange.
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