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Hey guys hopefully I'm kinda in the right forum... 

Has anyone resurfaced their cylinder and or block themselves? Like with sandpaper and on a sheet of glass? And a straight edge and feeler gauges? Considering rebuilding a rb20det if got sitting in the garage

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I haven't, but I understand it's a valid way to go for a budget rebuild. 

The skid factory guys covered resurfacing a block (not head) with a stone 

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There's an enormous difference between "fixing the surface" and "taking off metal to make it actually straight".

So the answer depends on what problem you need to be solving with this method.

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