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Unread 03-04-2014, 10:08 AM   #1
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what's the best book/manual for engine rebuild

my son picked up a 1950 cj3a.. it has the f head in it/ yes i know it shouldn't have f head/ it has a hood scoop.... the f head in it has a cracked block. last week we picked up another f head engine that already has valves ground, crank turned, new cam bearings installed, new cam, and on and on, all for $150 bucks.. we want to assemble/rebuild it ourselves... we're both capable back yarders but have never done a complete rebuild... what's the best book you guys would recommend for rebuilding a F head... thanks guys.. i'm sure i'll be back alot in the months ahead!

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