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Old 04-07-2006, 04:54 PM   #11
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If it actually sat with water in it for 2 years, I'm not sure it would be rebuildable. Maybe, if you were really lucky, it all settled into the oil pan and didn't get a chance to rot the "guts". But I wouldn't count on it....
My thoughts exactly. The water "seemed" to be all at the bottom of the pan, but it was a LOT of water....
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If the rust/pitting isn't too bad, the block could be honed out. Slap in new pistons, rings, rods, and have the crank turned and you could be back in business. Ok, Ok, Ok, I'll stop dreaming now!

Probably just easier to find a new engine...
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