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Engine Rebuild Kit


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I don't know if anyone makes one, but with the age of the engine I wouldn't want a "kit". You never know what you are going to find and having to later go with oversize crank bearings or something would add to the kit price real quick with things you can't use.

I would buy a full gasket set and go from there. If you find that you need the crank turned I would buy the bearings from the shop that's turning it, they will usually check to make sure that what you get fits. Same if you have the engine bored, buy the rings/pistons from them, they'll match the bore to the piston/ring.

You'll end up saving money this way though it might cost more than a kit but you won't have extra new parts you can't use.

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