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    Default Re: rebuilding 1610D engine.

    Well jmho and its yet to be seen but if the OP engine needs a block it needs a head also. but thats just my years of working on damaged engines talking.
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    Default Re: rebuilding 1610D engine.

    Quote Originally Posted by clemsonfor View Post
    Uh, yours lemme guess.....hmmm? For a short block, i would say $1000? You dont have to answer me here if you dont want to im just playing a guessing game!
    good guess it i sold it on saturday for $800 for a short. a good one is a ym155 same as ym1300 that one will go for hole engine $1500
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