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97uswagon
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Wagon down

Post by 97uswagon » Wed Apr 02, 2014 2:46 am

Guys feeling really down a couple of days ago coming home from work my motor blew in my wagon..Rod straight through the block but I guess that the risk you take when have a fully built head on a stock block..... I was literally flipping out on the side of the freeway all that money down the drain in seconds . #-o

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Re: Wagon down

Post by SilverShadow » Wed Apr 02, 2014 5:34 pm

97uswagon wrote:Guys feeling really down a couple of days ago coming home from work my motor blew in my wagon..Rod straight through the block but I guess that the risk you take when have a fully built head on a stock block..... I was literally flipping out on the side of the freeway all that money down the drain in seconds . #-o
Sorry to hear that! guess it's time to get a new engine? Show that you're in Corona..maybe a local can help.
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Re: Wagon down

Post by blacksheep » Wed Apr 02, 2014 7:26 pm

97uswagon wrote:... a fully built head on a stock block...
... all that money down the drain in seconds ...
if your block was fully stock then only a couple hundred went down the drain (unless the head got grenaded?)
I did it all for the nookie

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