Posted by PaulTO20 on November 20, 2012 at 09:20:27 from (22.214.171.124):
I recently bought a TO20, knowing it needed engine repair or replacement. I tore it apart and found some gross things, and I'm hoping someone here can point me in a direction of where to find actual damage (not just symptoms) so I can determine if i can repair this engine or if I need to replace it.
I have pictures, but I'm having a hard time uploading them to this forum.
On top of the pistons, in the combustion chambers, there is this mud like substance.
Under the valve cover, it looks like a whole bunch of metal shavings, which have rusted.
The bottom end of this motor is very worn out, with loose rod bearings and wristpins.
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