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Thread: Rebuild of my EJ 25

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    Yea,I was gunna be "one of those people" but DANG people are proud $$$$$ of those dang subbies.I relize they are a GREAT engine and all but MAN !

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    Member huck_this's Avatar
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    Installing new rings on my new pistons.


    Ready for install


    cylinder 1 and 3


    cylinder 2 and 4


    Installing seal in oil pump.


    Oil pump installed on engine.


    Shinny new-used heads!!!




    Under side.


    Metal is for men and wood is for wussies!!!!

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    Looking good!

    Art R.
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    Art R.

    Longevity LS200-PI multi-purpose cutter/welder,
    Miller 180 Auto-Set MIG,
    Custom 5hp compressor,

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    Nice work. What did you use to seal the case half's up on that ?

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    The AC compressor looks a little rough, every thing else looks great.
    nice job!!
    keith
    The older the Boys, the more expensive the TOYS
    Previously Owned equipment;
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsmecord View Post
    Got her running yet ?
    She's running like a top!!!
    Metal is for men and wood is for wussies!!!!

  8. #18
    Good deal,you did a clean build.

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    Metal is for men and wood is for wussies!!!!

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    Senior Member arandall's Avatar
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    Sound good! I'll bet you're pretty happy.

    Cheers,
    Art R.
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