Great Lakes 4x4. The largest offroad forum in the Midwest - View Single Post - *HELP! 350 Warrior Motor Rebuild!
View Single Post
Old July 23rd, 2012, 09:54 AM   #5
Sam Brown
silveradoboy's Avatar
Join Date: 02-28-12
Location: Waterford/Cheyboygan
Posts: 1,964
iTrader: (3)
Mentioned: 1 Post(s)

Originally Posted by 90Notch306 View Post
Before you start spliting the cases get a manual or exploded views of the motor. There are a few washers that you have to be really careful with when taking it apart. As in not knowing they are there and they fall out then you don't know where they go.

If you can, buy oem instead of hot rods or wiseco. What year warrior is it? Since you are opening it up I would strongly recommend replacing the cam chain, cam chain tensioner, and piston/rings, valve seals. Regardless of what they look like. Also inspect everything closely.

One special tool I would invest in is a flywheel puller. You will need a special tool to do the valve seals also but I could possibly do it for you. I'm also in waterford so let me know if you need any advice/help
I ordered a service manual already, it should be coming in soon. I was going to get a wiseco there a reason to turn away from this one?

It is a 97 warrior... Are you willing to help me with this? Ill pay ya!
I can get it out and do all of that but you sound like you know what you are doing and I really just need that experience haha.
silveradoboy is offline   Reply With Quote
Page generated in 0.21114 seconds with 22 queries