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Old 03-21-2019, 07:46 AM   #11
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That's a job well done.
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Old 04-16-2019, 07:19 PM   #12
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Pulling heads off
Ordered Head Gasket kit from Rock Auto ($135 shipped, comes with head bolts) Gets here 4/23
Heads need to be machined. Found a shop in Auburn WA that should be able to do it
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My picture of the heads off and side by side are being considered a movie/video by my computer. will post when i can
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Dropped the heads off yesterday at a place called Heads-Up in Auburn Wa. quoted for $3-600 and 3 weeks out.
Getting a valve grind, pressure test and a few exhaust bolts had broken off to.
Ordering the radiator and hoses soon
Head gasket kit came in yesterday and we started cleaning/ prepping and painting
Doing the engine and parts chevy orange/black



Pictures are blurry because i had taken a snapchat video and had to pause and screen shot.. lmao
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Well we got it all back together literally just in time for my truck to give me a list of hickups.
So everything minus AC and the fan cover is back in. With 0 help from a mechanic, 0 check engine lights.
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Only issues at the moment - decently often when in neutral it will bounce from 1600 RPMs to 2100 repeatedly
And the thermostat doesnt seem to warm up very quickly
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You might want to rout your ground wire from the battery away from the positive post. If the ground wire ever gets hot or rubs on the post you will have the Fourth of July under your hood. Also loosen the 10mm bolt on the intake manifold to let the air out of the cooling system, you want to start the truck let it warm up a-little the crack the bolt loose and reve the engine till you see fluid come out. You probably won't read this but I tried
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