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Head gasket warped block

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#1 mypar1


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Posted 06 July 2005 - 01:51 PM

First post on this site. I have a 97 2.5 DOHC outback. Pulled engine and removed the heads for a gasket change (overheating problem). Checked the block and its warped over .005. Now what to do? Loooking for a good used block. Please let me know if anyone out there has one. The 2.5 liter dohc blocks seem scarce I heard you could use a sohc block. Does anyone have any knowledge of this? Great Site!

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