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4.0 rebuild

Hi,
I'm going to rebuild my 4.0L engine,*
I will go and build stroker one.
I will use 258 crankshaft and wondering regard the camshaft (using the same one or buy something ells)
The size of the new piston will be 0.40.
Looking for advice and recommendation what to use and from where to buy the missing parts.

Thanks
David

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Hi,
I'm going to rebuild my 4.0L engine,*
I will go and build stroker one.
I will use 258 crankshaft and wondering regard the camshaft (using the same one or buy something ells)
The size of the new piston will be 0.40.
Looking for advice and recommendation what to use and from where to buy the missing parts.

Thanks
David
I'd ask those questions of the folks you might be buying from.
Their answers will tell you a lot about whether or not you should do business with them, as there were two different 4.2 cranks if I recall that weren't easily interchangeable.

Unfortunately, Clifford is out of the business...
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