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Old 04-05-2010, 07:29 PM
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LOOKING FOR A HOW-TO-REBUILD BOOK

Have a complete 351M out of an '82 F250. Need to tear down the top half.
Can anyone recommend a book on how to rebuild specific to the 351 "M".
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the "M" is the same engine family as the 351C and 400. any 351c book will do.
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