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10-07-2003 04:33 PM
Juicer
Thats the one!

Thanks for the help.. I am going to buy that book.

I was always thinking there was a book like that. Long ago a brother in law of mine built a motor in a week. Using a book, I have no idea what that book name is. But it was very good, as my brother in law is a Vietnames.. And he did a 100% perfect job.. When he sold the truck, the lady had it tested, when she did that and the company learned, it was a home job, my brother in law was offered a job by that company.

Thanks again.

Juice ....
10-07-2003 02:53 PM
Moby302 Is this the book you are talking about.
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...er#reader-link
10-07-2003 11:53 AM
Juicer
I'm unable to find that book on Amazon

I looked on Amazon, and only find one that shows for motors not in my range. I have a 350 4-bolt main to rebuild, It is a 1974 model engine.

Thanks,


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