Asked on May 14, 2010
How can I separate the piston from the connecting rod for a 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse? The rods are garbage but the pistons are in good shape and i need to replace the old rods with new. Any suggestions aside from taking them to have them pressed ...
Asked on May 12, 2010
I'm trying to get my engine to run. I bought the truck like this. It is a 460 ford motor. I have 2 motors, one for parts and the other is the one I'm keeping. I took them both apart. The one I'm keeping had the ...
Asked on May 13, 2010
2002 saturn l300 3.0 vin R
ok people i am rebuilding the motor engine block was boiled and remaned
i have all new rings,rods and pistons there are arrows on the pistons but not sure if the rods need to be a certain way
this is being install ...
Asked on May 27, 2010
I have a 1994 Eagle Talon with the 4g37 1.8l engine. Me and a friend are rebuilding the engine and are trying to find out which direction the lettering on the connecting rods go. We don't want to put the rods in backwards and beside a ...
Asked on Jun 21, 2010
I have a 1991 325i convertible, & I'm only needing the "top portion" of the pistons (6) - which personally, I refer to as the "piston cap". I don't need connecting rods, or anything else other than the rings which I can purchase @ will later. ...
Asked on Jul 5, 2010
This engine is getting pieced back together on shoe-string budget
Engine is a little beat up
Fixing this, on the cheap - http://i635.photobucket.com/albums/uu72/jcorbi82/carpist2.jpg and http://i635.photobucket.com/albums/uu72/jcorbi82/CARPIS.jpg (That gummy particle in the 2nd pic is likely a product i tried before it did that, it will be cleaned up)
Im gonna ...
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