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JFairman JFairman is offline
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Looks like you're good.

It's probably a good thing to squirt some motor oil into the top fitting on that oil pump until it drips out the bottom fitting before installing the new oil line.
Also grease the other side of the oil seal and the drive pin and allen head bolt heads on the end of the cam that drive it.

Then turn the motor over with a wrench on the front pulley nut so it wets the gears and seal inside the pump.
If it's been cleaned in parts cleaner and blown out with compressed air you don't want to start the motor up with it's internals dry.

You probably know all that anyway.
Looks real nice.. good luck with it!
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