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Get all measurements and machine work done at a machine shop, only do the assembly your self. All you can do is read, read, read, watch videos on you tube, and read more. Read general engine assembly books and articles first, theres a lot of these on older GM motors which is super helpful and it will help you get a good foundation on the subject, then start to get more specific with the isuzu engine. Find the workshop manual and go through the pages everytime you're over the can. But in the end, nothing will replace experience. You will most likely screw up somewhere. I know I made a few mistakes, but my machine shop was so awesome and helpful that they helped me out and got me going.
 
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