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#4: 10-07-2012, 08:14 PM
 
 monkeyposeur
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If you have a garage you can probably rig up a chain hoist to pluck your engine, or just get a harbor freight cherry picker. I had a lot of fun pulling my engine. I replaced every seal, timing, etc. I had the heads decked at a shop. I didn't have to do any valve work though. But I am looking to buy some 205 heads for a project build and if I have to rebuild the heads I am looking forward to giving it a shot.

I bought a house but I wish I it had a garage.