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GM 3100 V6 rebuild (3.1 litre)

2012-03-06 : Rebuilt GM (Chevrolet) 3100. New main bearings, rod bearings, camshaft bearings, piston rings, head gaskets, valve cover gaskets, EGR gaskets, intake gasket, plenum gasket, Exhaust manifold gaskets, valve stem seals, thermostat, oil pan gasket, oil pump, water pump, oil filter, engine oil, and paint. I neglected to include piston rings in the audio, but the engine does have the new rings.


 


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