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Originally Posted by LakeSuperiorGeezer
This lower end work, the pan is on the lower end of the engine, has to be done under practically clean room conditions and I would not trust the average mechanic to do it. Have an automotive machinist do it, as they know about cleanliness and how important it is.
I've rebuilt many an engine and have never heard of doing so in a clean room. I've also worked in many a clean room at semi-conductor plants, can't say i've seen that there...
But yes, you certainly want to be as clean as possible.
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