Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Central Valley, Ca.
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You could do it under the right circumstances. Not snowing or raining would be the first thing. Freezing temps would probably deter you from grabbing a wrench, but you could wear gloves.
I would figure a trip to the machine shop in the total cost of the job, as you won't have any idea how much damage there is until you take the head off.
Then BEFORE you put it back together, you need to figure out WHY it happened, and address that issue so it doesn't happen again. If the seller has an idea, I would take it with a grain of salt.
1994 F-350 7.3 IDI Turbo, crew cab, E4OD,4:10 L/S, LB, Dually Photos
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