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jt_armstrong
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jt_armstrong

Well-Known Member, Male, in Lake Forest, California

jt_armstrong was last seen:
Jun 26, 2019 at 6:56 AM
    1. hameedrover
      hameedrover
      Hi Jt,

      Read your 2011 post about head skimming questions. Could you share the pictures of the job you did. you can email at hameed.bakhsh@outlook.com

      Thanks,

      Hameed
    2. hameedrover
      hameedrover
      Hi Jt,

      Read your 2011 post about head skimming questions. Could you share the pictures of the job you did. you can email at hameed.bakhsh@outlook.com

      Thanks,

      Hameed
      1. goonarmy
        goonarmy
        Kicking it old School!
        Jan 5, 2019
    3. jamesmartin
      jamesmartin
      i dont think stem seals would cause that heavy oil burn ,for years they only had rubber disc on inlets and nothing on exhaust valves ,i would check bore nearest oil feed from block through head to rocker pedastel on each bank ,you would see during stripping wether inlet ports where wet with oil to rule in out seals ,or wether other oil leak (gasket),or rings ,oil would mask compression reading
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    Gender:
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    Location:
    Lake Forest, California
    Current Landrover:
    Range Rover 1997 4.6L HSE
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    Previous Land Rovers
    Range Rover 1999 V8 4.6L HSE
    Range Rover 1997 V8 4.6L HSE

    Currently running:-
    Toyota Land Cruiser 1994 4.5L
    Ford Expedition 2003 V8 4.6L EB
    Jeep Cherokee 1992 2.5L (Currently located in Sweden)