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1996 mustang Gt 4.6

I'm going to replace the head gaskets on my 1996 Mustang GT 4.6. I know is going to be a pain. Just wanted to know if there are any other things I should be replacing while doing all of that work.

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All the other gasket like intake, valve covers, etc. Also change the oil right after you are done..I wouldn't even start it without doing that.

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Since it will all be taken apart, it would be a very opportune time to do timing chain guides and tensioners.


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I do a pi swap with cams and slide some headers in there.

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