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post #1 of 7 Old 05-08-2002, 05:53 PM Thread Starter
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Good book for rebuilding Mod motors?

I'm interested in building up a DOHC motor in my spare time - I currently have "How to rebuild small block ford engines" which although is a great book, only deals with OHV engines rather than OHC.

Anyone have any good books or sources for Ford OHC motor rebuilding?

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I have a chiltons ford mustang 1994 - 98 repair manual book number #26608 I ordered it from chiltons website, i will find it and post it for you. It has all torque specs, and how to dissassemble and reassemble heads and motor,its a very good service manual.


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Here is the website its www.chiltonsonline.com
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Thanks alot! Just ordered this now =)
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Helm service manuals are just about the best, but they arnt cheep. http://www.helminc.com/helm/product2...UG10RCEE406WH5
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Helms are usually top notch if you are willing to spend the money for them.

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I would definately suggest going to http://www.ranger1.org and downloading your year specific, or as close as you can, Ford manual and burning it on cd. I can't tell you how much I've used it. Everything from wiring new fogs to torqueing the drive shaft bolts!

Hawk if you see this thanx again!
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