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    Member KenaiJay's Avatar
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    Anyone have any idear as to the best place to find a new engine that will fit in my 99 Tundra II? I need one...Why? Simple, I must mix its gas...But, I neglected to fill it with mixed gas...

    How much do you think they might run?

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    Call Verba's Hilltop. If anyone in town has one, they will.
    Winter is Coming...

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    I have kids. Every time one of them has forgotten to put oil in the sled it has only cost me a piston and a set of rings. I believe the Tundra II is a cast iron cylinder sled. If so, the lack of oil will sieze the piston before any damage is usually done to the crank. Most of the time the cylinder just need a quick hone to clean off the stuck aluminum. It should be less than a $250 fix.
    Bunny Boots and Bearcats: Utility Sled Mayhem

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    Call John at 90's and older in Wasilla. He has been a great help to me. 745-2733.

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