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08-19-2008 11:46 AM
richard stewart 3rd Hi,
You can start right here at hotrodders,
click on the link for the crankshaft coalition engine rebuild. a
very good & informative read.
Rich


http://www.crankshaftcoalition.com/w...uild_an_engine
08-19-2008 11:18 AM
coda618 Get tom monroes book, " How to rebuild your small block Ford." Takes you through the process step by step. From removing the engine to teardown, machine work, assenbly etc. Excellent book. I have my copy for over 20 years now and still use it all the time (it shows too. Might be time for a new copy).

That book and an actual Ford shop manual for your truck will be all you will need. Oh, and of course some common sense.
08-19-2008 01:38 AM
C-10 First, welcome to Hotrodders.

Step by step can get way to keyboard intensive..

Do you have a reputable machine shop locally? If so, they are the one's you need to see.

If you have a gearhead friend or two, that would help. Do some research. Buy a book or two. Invest in some tools.

Best of luck.
08-18-2008 07:58 PM
mike1996
351 windsor rebuild

hi my name is mike wilson i have a 1979 ford bronko and i want to rebuild my 351 windsor motor but i need step by step instructions on how to do so pleas help. Where would i find such a thing

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