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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-18-2010, 11:49 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for some place to buy parts for a stock 1999 3.5L rebuild. Gaskets, Bearings, Valves, Springs etc. Any suggestions?
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Rock Auto has mostly everything you will need. Another alternative is OEM, use the online dealers and save a whole bunch of money compared to your local one.
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Rick Hendrick Dodge gives us a deep discount, I find them even cheaper than Moparpartsamerica. Ask for Joel @ 1-800-456-5337
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Any solution to the shortage of rear main retainer plates? Hate to rebuild it just to find a part unavailable.
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Where can i find the specialty tools needed for crankshaft sprocket removal?
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I believe all that is is a standard gear puller. The harmonic balancer on the other hand you need a special tool from miller. The cam lock tools from miller would also be very helpfull.
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