A good thing about good machine shops is they can source parts at near wholesale prices. I dont even bother going to a parts store anymore, because I can get a full meal deal right from the man that I need to see anyhow. I suppose I should explain that I assemble my own engines and have a machine shop do stuff like polish/grind the crank, put in valve guides, and prep the block.
-------------------- Michael J. Carsner proud driver of "Aint Pretty"
37 boggers, 571 gears, Detroit+Lock-Rights, 20R stage 1 LC Engineering head on 22R motor.
MUD!!! Its whats for dinner!!
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