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Ok guys, need some advise on what I have here. Just wanted to see if everything looks good from what you can see in these pics. I noticed a mark on the crank and hope it isn't something bad. All the cylinder walls look pretty damn good to me but I am no engine builder. I replaced the oil cooler jets with welded ones from clay at riff raff. (fun) Would have been much easier with some long needle nose pliers (lol). Had fun using a magnet to get them in the spot where they are suppose to be:fustrate: 206k on engine











 

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Too much money and time involved getting into a used motor not to have it checked out at a machine shop.
 

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Your profile pic is an injector... By chance is this all the same build/teardown and you've got some unaccounted for needle bearings from a lifter?
 

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7.3 Mud, good question what is there to hit if your a fun loving crank?:confused: It does look like it ate something tho with that crack, Maybe it was because he had the engine upside down haha.
 

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are you trying to polish the beams of the rods while it is in the engine?
 

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Exactly my thoughts. Please post more useful information. Thanks
 

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are you trying to polish the beams of the rods while it is in the engine?
Huh, I just pulled the oil pan to install oil cooling jets and take a look to see if everything was in order is all I am doing. The rods are not bent at all guess the pic just makes it look funny. I was just thinking that for a 206k engine it looked to be in great shape is all.
 
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