FIrst off, maybye youd like to provide a bit more information....like what your talking about.Originally posted by spy2520@Oct 1 2004, 10:50 PM
someone please help
Now I read this. :homer:Originally posted by Bob Gervais@Oct 4 2004, 07:15 PM
-After removing the heads, take them to your local machine shop and have them pressure checked for cracks or leaks. Have them resurfaced too. Around here, I can get all that done for around $130. It's money well spent, you don't want to have to do this job twice.
-Do not re-use the old head bolts. They are torque to yield, and stretch upon installation. Re-using them will result in improper torquing, and eventually failure. They're only about $30 for 16 of them.
If you need anything else, ask away or PM me.
Two reasons. It takes out any warpage that may have occured, and also gives the surface a nice sealing finish.Originally posted by spy2520@Oct 10 2004, 01:29 AM
What exactly is the reason for milling or resurfacing the heads again? And does anybody knbow a machine shop near bridgeport, ct?