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Replacing the cylinder head and looking for specks

Replacing the top end

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Buy a book for the vehicle. A Chilton's / Haynes either one will give you good instruction but the most important part is the torque specs needed for reassembly. If you are not a experienced at all with engines I would not attempt this cause you also need a pretty wide variety of tools.

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