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I just got a new engine in my supra and I am about to have my old 7mge engine brought to my house and I am going to rip it apart. Anyone know the kind of tools needed to do this. Also, is there a market for any of these engine parts beside the head because I was thinking about selling them on ebay. Oh yeah also if anyone needs any parts from it just give me a pm. It had rod knock and a crap crankshaft and I am anxious to see what the rods and crank look like.
 

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8mm 10mm 12mm 14mm 17mm 19mm sockets (deep and regular) and wrenches

10mm allen key for the head bolts.

Lots of extensions, wobbly ones work well.

Pliers and wire cutters.

Pry bar and breaker bar.
 

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I dont recall ever using a hammer while doing any of my swaps :dunno:

But add various screwdrivers to your list. And a good jack and jackstands (I dont trust anything under 3 ton capacity with the supra)
 

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The engine is out of the car so i don't have to worry about the Supra falling on me. It will just sit in my garage with about 15 feet of work space around me. Just waiting to be taken apart into each single piece. I can't wait. Oh yeah and thanks for all your help.
 

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I have always found ducktape and aluminum foil nessisary when doing engine swaps.
 
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