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Thanks guys found a local guy that is going to go through and clean the block and inspect it. I tore it all down and happy for me it has stock bore with little to no corrosion in the bores. Bad news is the crank is toast 4 bad rod bearings and 2 bad main bearings. No spun bearings just worn badly. Going with new cam and crank possibly a light boring.

Anyone have a or multiple machine shops they would recommend? I want to get my block and crank checked and machined?
what motor do you have ?
It's a 5.7L 350 hydraulic roller block.

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