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Re: How to buy a rebuilt motor update 2- question

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Jason S.

12-18-2012 13:29:26
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Yes, I said it"s worth $300.00 if it has a good block and crank. But now you have no way of knowing. You said your motor was stuck, why not take the head off of yours, take off the oil pan, take the rods loose and knock the piston, rod and sleeve out together. Take the $300.00 you save by not buying the other engine and get new sleeves, pistons, and rings for your current engine. Doesn"t that make more sense? If really need to get it running in a hurry you could always swap a TO20 engine into it. They are easier to find and usually cheaper. I bought one as an extra off of a board member here that was complete for $200.00. I just hate to see you spend $300.00 for an engine that may very well need the same parts your current engine needs...and if I was betting, I would say it does.

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12-18-2012 14:11:18
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 Re: How to buy a rebuilt motor update 2- question in reply to Jason S., 12-18-2012 13:29:26  
You make sense,

I guess I was still stuck on rebuilt, but since it's kind of obvious it's not, or right, I'd be buying 1 unknown when I already have 1.

thanks for your thoughts.



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