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Old 02-14-2017, 02:59 PM   #1
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WTB: 2003 2.7 Core

We are looking for a 2003 2.7 core.

If anyone has/knows of one we would appreciate it.

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I have one I might be picking up soon. Do you need a "good" core?
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We need a good block is what we are after.
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Old 02-20-2017, 12:47 PM   #4
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2004 IMSB Failure

I have a 2.7 removed from a 2004 (03 & 04 are compatible) that was pulled due to a failed IMSB. The failure was catastrophic, meaning the bearing had come completely apart so lots of metal debris in oil. I can load it onto a pallet and strap it down. Also have a forklift to facilitate loading. If you don't need the heads, I'd like to remove them (hoping they can be saved after new valves), and the accessories. I don't know what the value of the remaining pars are. Please make a bid if you are interested.

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I have a 2.7 removed from a 2004 (03 & 04 are compatible) that was pulled due to a failed IMSB. The failure was catastrophic, meaning the bearing had come completely apart so lots of metal debris in oil. I can load it onto a pallet and strap it down. Also have a forklift to facilitate loading. If you don't need the heads, I'd like to remove them (hoping they can be saved after new valves), and the accessories. I don't know what the value of the remaining pars are. Please make a bid if you are interested.

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Afternoon

All we need is the eng block.
You can keep everything if else if you want.
Can you check the block to let me know if it is OK?
Please advise

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I just picked up the core I was getting. I don't know the extent of the damage but it doesn't look good. Water came out the exhaust manifold and I saw metal bits on top of the valves
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I just picked up the core I was getting. I don't know the extent of the damage but it doesn't look good. Water came out the exhaust manifold and I saw metal bits on top of the valves
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How did you make out with the block? Good? No Good?
We also need a crank shaft.

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