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Old 04-01-2020, 11:47 AM   #2288
spoolinsti05
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If you do it yourself you're looking at 800 in parts to repair a spun bearing an a lot of time cleaning and assembling. You can break down the turbo and clean it also.

New crank bearings oil pump and gasket kit. I'd just clean everything else the best you can. And possibly get a new oil pan if you can afford it. Along with deleting the heat exchanger.

If you have any bearing left on that spun rod you can most likely reuse it.
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