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Old 01-26-2010, 04:20 PM   #1
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I decided I'm taking this block in for scrap. Need the room. So I decided to pull the pistons, might be able to find a home for them. I'm also scrapping the heads. Not like anyone wants heads from a 97. Got to use my new spring compressor.

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Worked nice, but has it'* own problems.

Now on to the block. When I got this the guy said it had a knock. I just wanted the parts. So I start with #3, it was the first one that I could get at the bolts. I took off the cap and what do I find?
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That don't look right.

Here'* a few more pictures. I think I found the cause of the knock.
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Yeah that a little messed up!!!
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Whoo! Reminds me of the time I spun a bearing. TWICE!

Uh, shouldn't this be in General Dan?
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Perhaps, I'm just talking, not really Bonneville related
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