1969-02-01

The Rebuilt Engine 690545

This paper discusses in detail the recommended procedures for rebuilding internal combustion engines; explains how decisions to rebuild, replace, or reuse engine parts are arrived at by experts, and describes how each part of the engine is examined, cleaned, and tested to insure maximum performance. When an engine should be rebuilt, what rebuilding entails, how to evaluate a repair shop by its equipment, and similar valuable information regarding engines and their maintenance are topics considered.

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