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Old 11-26-2010, 02:10 PM   #1
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My engine failed. I'm looking to have one built. If you have any components such as bearing, rods, main caps..etc. Please let me know.

Things I already have:

Pistons
TB/WP etc..
ARP Studs

However, due to a recent family urgency I'm low on funds.

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I have Carrillo a-beams that I have yet to put up f/s. They were in my motor that got the thrust bearing wiped out on, the rods are still good, no spun bearings, etc. They only have like 8 hours on them. They have a little tiny bit of brown "burnishing" in the small end bushing, maybe like 3/8" around, if you were ---- about it you could probably buff that out, otherwise they are as new. I was going to ask $600 incl ship to the lower 48, let me know. Granted, they are not cheap like an Eagle would be, but put side-by-side, I promise you'll see the difference in quality between Carrillos and anything else.
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Thanks, but I'm going with M-tuned rods. $600 is way out of budget.
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i have a new timing belt u can have for $20.
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Almost forgot, I have ARP hardware, $95 for the head studs, $80 for the main studs. Complete except for the lube, only used once on the motor that only lasted 8 hours. Price includes ship to the lower 48.
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Lol at Thread name change. I happen to have a spare timing belt :P and I already have head studs. I should have put that in the first post.
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