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I'm rebuilding my 3rz ( 1996 has distributor ) and work along with funds had added major delays. I started this kinda suddenly and did not take any photo prior to removal or tear down ( kinda an oopsy on my part ).

I do have most of the parts separated however it's at a friends home garage and multiple people have handled the parts. I have the engine back together and am slowing down as work picks up and could use some good clean photos of the front of the engine ( bracketry and bolt locations ) to save a bunch of trial and error along the lines of this bolt should be this stud kinda thing.

I'm aiming to try to fire it up in the next couple of weeks if time allows and the photos would save me a lot of time if anyone has any.

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By Friday I could probably get u some pics of a 95.5. We'll see if u get it solved by then
 

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Knuckleduster271:

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ShowStop:

that's exactly what I could use if ya have detail pics of the front and bracketry. I'm not real concerned With the intake side I think I can get that.

tyler_989:

It goes very slow I get about 30 minutes a week to mess with it.


I got a wild hair back before X-mas and had it towed over there pulled it and stripped it down that day. It's been a long time since I did the wrenching thing so I'm outa practice of rembering those things ( got older too since those days ). Because of X-mas the head was at LCE or intransite for over a month. Since work has gotten in the way.

Thank y'all very much for the quick replies and assistance.
 

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My original plan was to pick up a spare and build it and just drop it in, but life has a tendency to not work with plans very often.

Anything would be helpful at this point. I'm hoping to cut down on the trial and error time as I don't have the spare time to put into it going into the busy season of my work. I'm bringing it back to life to trade up from a Chevy 2500 that's hogging the fuel. I have to drive one 5 mile to the gallon truck daily and trying to save a little while increasing my enjoyment of driving in the other.
 
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