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Just my 2 cents after putting 2 of them back together... Make sure you break down the reassembly into managable chunks. That is, tackle one assembly and complete it. Check it and move on. Do not try to do too much at one sitting! You might get tired and overlook something critical. Mentally prepare for your next step and understand what needs to be done. Double check all torque readings, specially inside the case.

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Lou (One 3.0l completed after a missed shift and 6 bent exhaust valves, and a 3.2l 11:1 twin plugged putting out 300 HP... And picking up a 3.0 Euro with a broken stud tomorrow )

'76 911 "Moneypenny" daily driver
'74 911 "JLo" IROC DE Car
'03 CRV, '02 Jeep Grand Cherokee
'03 Holiday Rambler Admiral SE, 30ft, 8.1l, 340HP, 455Ft#
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