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Old 03-08-2013, 02:52 AM
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I have seen blocks that bad or worse being sleeved, but that's usually a non common block. if you figure $85 for sleeve, $20 per bore so just that cylinder is going to cost you $125 and then clean the block and you'll want to make sure the remaining cylinders are true. you may find yourself in a price range of $250 to $300 to fix that block, you should be able to find a stock bore 350 block for a minimum price then go from there, that way its not weaken anywhere. and save some cash.
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