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O.K. I've had a tough time finding a buyer for my sleds or a replacement motor (one guy wanted $200 for one AND he wanted mine to trade so I guess that's a sign that I need to try and rebuild these motors myself. Here's what I am going to try to do (for the first time):

1) new oil seals PTO & mag, bottom gaskets, top gaskets, pistons & rings for 300 f/c, points, coils & condesors

2) same as above for 340 f/c

What special tools will I need? Flywheel tool? Something to remove/install bearings? Torque wrench for heads?

Also, does anyone have specs on how tight to crank the heads down?

I appreciate any response - thanks!
-Adam
 

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200 bucks for a running motor was a good deal IMO. it's gona cost you 4 times that to rebuild.
Just my 2c

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Clutch puller, flywheel puller, piston pin puller, cylinder hone, ring installer, timing light/buzzer, dial indicator with spark plug thread adapter, torque wrench, anaerobic sealant for crankcase if it doesn't use a gasket, piece of PVC pipe to drive the seals in if you're not splitting the case. That's all I can think of at the moment.
 
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