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Unread 05-07-2012, 05:12 PM   #1
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2.5 rebuild components

Hey guys I recently have been having some problems with the 2.5 in my 93 yj. I have come to the conclusion that I have an excessive amount of blow by and need to do a rebuild. I was just wondering what parts anyone can think of to replace. So far this is my list...

pistons, rings, rod bearings, main bearings, gasket set,rear main seal, valve stem seals, timing components, oil pump, camshaft bearings, expansion plugs, camshaft, lifters,
Exhaust/intake valves, Water pump, Clutch, Rockers, Push rods, Valve springs.

This is going to be a major overhaul and I figure with 185k it's about time to do it all while I'm in there anyways. Please feel free to reply with any advise and/or tips that you have for the rebuild. I just did the rebuild on my tranny so I am looking forward to having a great rig in the near future.

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