RE: [DML] Re: oil leak in valley-o-death (was first week of ownership bl
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RE: [DML] Re: oil leak in valley-o-death (was first week of ownership blues (crankshaft seal))



Nate, 
All is not lost. Another customer had a hole in the block with water coming
out. No problem, drill the hole out to the size of a freeze plug, snap it in
and you will be fine. They did and it's ok. The only difference is higher
pressure with oil and if the aluminum welder can get to it ok. It only takes
about 11-15lb's of torque per bolt to hold the intake down.
It's the oil passage that needs to be looked over. 
John Hervey

   

-----Original Message-----
From:natesky1980
Subject: [DML] Re: oil leak in valley-o-death (was first week of ownership
blues (crankshaft seal))

I figured as much, I was hoping it could be anything other than a 
defect in the block.




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