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Old 08-15-2012, 02:44 PM
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Good Afternoon Everyone,
I am getting ready to replace the waterheater (400) in my truck with a 351M (Cleveland). I am looking for a reccomendation on a builder somewhere in or around oregon. I am looking to replace the motor next spring so I am still just doing my homework and making a plan.

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Welcome! I build all my engines myself.........BUT, before I sold my shop a few years ago, I bought all my customers engines from MotorWorks in Spokane Wa.

Great people to work with, and had 0 problems with dozens of engines. They will also build custom engines, and will even dyno your engine before they ship it!

I would definitely give them a call!

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Old 08-15-2012, 11:48 PM
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awesome! Ill take a look! Good luck on the harvest.
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Cylinder Head Specialties in Portland did the engine in my 76 F250. They did a great job. The owner has been sponsoring our race team.
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Try Don's Machine Shop in Gresham. He has been around forever and is easy to work with.

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