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  1. mathcg
    09-21-2017 01:10 PM - permalink
    mathcg
    Hi Frank,

    Engine

    MH Crankshafts says they're almost done with my crankshaft - so, I'll be taking the block over to Colo Cyl Heads for cleaning / assembly of the pistons, rings and liners (all new). I'm inclined to do put everything together myself - or should they do it? Is this better left for the pros or can two rank amateurs (my son and I) pull it off if? I have all new bearings and three good manuals to go along with strong desire!

    Rear End

    After taking apart the differential, we've concluded that everything looks ok - so, we're going to button it back up as is (new gaskets of course). On the rear axle, I've bought new seals / wheel bearings - however, replacing the wheel bearings is no easy task without the special removal and installation tools. We could cut the bearings off - but we're afraid of doing more harm than good. What is your opinion / advice in this regard? Seals look quite easy.

    Thanks in advance for your help,

    Chuck

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