Motor Rebuild

1959 - 1978, M151, M151A1, M151A2, Technical questions and discussions, regarding anything related to the M151.
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delatkinson330
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Motor Rebuild

Post by delatkinson330 » Wed Mar 13, 2019 8:22 am

Can anyone point me in a direction on where I can get someone to rebuild my 4 cylinder M151A2 and transmission in the Dallas/Fort Worth area? I am active duty Air Force and just purchased this 1970ish vehicle last month (all plates are gone so I don't know what year it is only that it is a A2 and not an A1) All help appreciated. You can email me at delatkinson330@yahoo.com

Fil Bonica
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Re: Motor Rebuild

Post by Fil Bonica » Wed Mar 13, 2019 2:56 pm

Try and find a replacement instead.
Probably going to be cheaper in the long run.
Talk to Red River in New Boston or Rapco to see what they may have.
If you were closer could have hooked you up with some good usef items.

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Re: Motor Rebuild

Post by Rickf » Wed Mar 13, 2019 3:28 pm

Or go to the g838.org site and get hold of this guy, http://www.g838.org/memberlist.php?mode ... le&u=30391. He lives in that general area and he might know someone or he might even be interested in doing it himself.
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1984 M1008
1967 M416
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