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Old 10-28-2009, 02:38 PM   #1
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What else would i need to replace while im inside doing this swap??? any help would be appreciated....
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What else would i need to replace while im inside doing this swap??? any help would be appreciated....
Timing chains, guides, and tensioners. You skip the chains if you have less than 150K miles.
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thanks man thats all i needed to know!!!! preish!!!
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Water pump and if you are pulling the motor the oil pump too.
I replaced the chains too, why do it half@ss
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