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What all did they do and how much, if’n ya don’t mind? When it’s time to pull mine, I’d drive from Dallas to Houston for good work. Plus, sister lives down there.
Seems very reasonable to me.Here is a picture of the invoice. Seems pretty thorough to me. They included all the old parts/bearings in a plastic bag. No expert here, but I have had machine work done in the past on SBF stuff by FordStrokers.com and this machine shop has a great local reputation.
DOES anyone have a quick pick for reference of the studs that hold the bellhousing to the engine. I know my buddy disconnected all of that back there so I'm going in blind for the reassembly. Probably not difficult but a reference would be handy.
There are several grounds and wires hanging back there. Unless I'm over thinking it and they are just ground wires. I know the oil pressure and cam sensor connectors for sure .
Much appreciated!! This definitely helps but I was more interested in the wires hanging back there. Thing is my buddy worked on that back part and removed the bellhousing and I don't like the feeling of going in blind. Really I haven't taken a close look either so I may just be over thinking it.This is from my '08/GenIV. But it's what I have:
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IIRC, there aren't any grounds on any of these. The only ground back there that I can think of is the braided one from the firewall to the back of the left/driver side head. Yes, the labels are chicken scratch. I can decipher them if you need and if they're even relevant to your LM7.