2f Engine rebuild kits

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by Steel, Oct 18, 2003.

  1. Steel

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    Search for Pacific Lifts (PacLift) They are a forklift company that sell rebuilds for F and 2F engines. (F/2F engines were used in Toyota forklifts). Search on this site, their contact info has been posted several times.
     
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    oh yeah, the link is to a post from md11fr8dog
     
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    just found another site.

    has anybody heard of these guys? canadian hi-performance discount.

    http://www.hi-performance.com/imp_engine.html

    i have no idea about their reliability/reputation, so maybe a couple canucks could hook a brutha up.

    thanks,
    jonathan
     
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    I used PacLift! I had never rebuilt an engine before either (except for that lawnmower engine in 9th grade shop - 28 yrs ago!! :p), but I know how to read and how to follow directons and to learn from mistakes and to ask questions!! My total cost was between $1000 and $1100 for the parts and machine work I had done! Best way to learn about your junk!! 8)
     
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    If you go with paclift, be aware that the valve guides on an industrial 2f are different than the guides on an automotive ap.
     
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