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I primed my engine first with Joe Gibbs "breakin oil". My club has a Engine Stand and a DYI oil primer tool we use to prime the engine with
Maybe I'm too picky, but I want all my gauges to be at least nominally functioning (I spent years and dollars getting a reasonably good speedometer indication).
So, after an extended almost 10 year hiatus that included a divorce, 3 house moves, 3 job changes, getting remarried, and all
you should add this to the maintenance articles. Very nice!
I had to take the pan off my fresh motor the Po had rebuilt for a loud knock that was rod lock tab hitting the oil pan baffle.I plasti guaged some rods
Had a day to spend on the sprites. Worked on identifying system components and parts of sub-assemblies. Began with water circulation system and listing all the parts that needed to be replaced....