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Recieving quotes from 4000-7000. can get rebuilt longblk. from kragen for 3040. Really cant afford that right now.Want to do a crank kit so i can get as much milage as possible before i have to rebuild it.Any recomendations or tips, such as.... change oil pump, use synthetic oil.... and so on.

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It would not Hurt to Change the Oil Pump But, You Probably do not need to. Use Valvoline Full Synthetic 10-40. If you have no other Problems with it right now Do not Change anything, Just do the Crank kit and it will be Fine.

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