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I need the head bolts for a 1990 daihatsu rocky

They say you have to replace whe doig ahead gasket job

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If Michigan Mans advice doesn't work, there are plenty of these kits on e-bay

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go to warfs.org it is a rocky owners site that has free manuals. I have a 90 rocky and this web site has been a valuable source of information for me.

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