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Old 08-31-2013, 01:17 AM
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Default Re: rebuild

Well let's see now. After you blow it up, this is the most common time. But then again when mine let go it was the bottom rod bearing, the piston&rings, the jug had racing strips inside of it, the crank bearings were something to be desired . So I quickly came to the conclusion that it was easier to start over with a new motor . Here's the way it went down.
Blew it up on Thursday , order my bottomend & topend on Friday, got my shipments on Monday, back rolling on Tuesday.
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