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Conect a large weight to underneath the apex of the tripod ...more weight more stability

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How do i know for sure if it is a 360 or a 318?


With out pulling the heads or sump and measuring the bore or stroke. A 318 is internally balanced and a 360 is externally balanced.
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Exhaust Manifold Heat Shield-Bolts

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Oil Filter

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What is wrong with my dog


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Record player head goes a few songs in on start up


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