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Old 11-20-2004, 06:11 PM   #11
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Port and Polish, at least for me is just the cost of the gaskets, and the rotary tool bit. So, that'* not too bad, except head gaskets are $60 a piece, and $120 for a complete engine gasket set.. not too bad, but since I was already going to be in that part of the engine, it was worth it for me. Technically a $5 mod.. since the cost of repairing the oil leak included the overhaul gasket set.. mmm budget arranging

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