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gnarlyroad
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Ready, Willing and

Postby gnarlyroad » Wed Feb 03, 2010 10:37 pm



Mostly ready to attempt more complicated fixes. Have gotten new timing belts, waiting on delivery of belt cover gaskets, valve cover gaskets, and hoping for finances for electronic ignition. Have read all the on-line helpful hints(copy and pasted mosy of them so I can print em when I need em). Got the tools and hopefully a third hand to help. I'm ready to go. Never done this intense a rebuild before, if you see me posting for sale ads you'll know why.


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Re: Ready, Willing and

Postby gnarlyroad » Wed Feb 03, 2010 10:42 pm

Also going to get some new rad hoses, clamps, thermostat coolant etc. Geez the list goes on doesn't it. You know what tho, I'm having fun!
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Re: Ready, Willing and

Postby WingAdmin » Thu Feb 04, 2010 10:11 am

Have a look at How to replace your radiator hoses for a tip that will save you about $40 - you can get a single cheap hose from NAPA that you can cut in half, and use to replace both of your radiator hoses!


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