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does anyone know if the bd kdp kit comes with everything you need to put it back together, and is there any special tools that i may need?
 

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I am not sure if all kdp kits are the same but most have a gasket and what not if that is what your are wondering...
 

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Don't know about bd kdp kit but I do know about the tst kdp kit it came with everything you'll need also it has an excellent instructions along with pictures and a tool list with everything you are going to need. :thumbsup:thumbsup:thumbsup:thumbsup:thumbsup:thumbsup :woot::woot::woot::woot::woot:
 

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tst looks good, didn't even think of them when looking for a kit, do you know if any specialty tools are needed off the top of your head. I have just your standard metric and standard sockets, wrenches, and just common tools.
 

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Yes you will need a engine barring tool a 36mm fan clutch wrench it will also help if you have a serpentine belt tool and a second set of hands :lol3::lol3::lol3::lol3::lol3::lol3::lol3: good luck and it will take you at least half a day if you are mechanically inclined and have all the right tools :thumbsup:thumbsup:thumbsup:thumbsup:thumbsup:thumbsup
 

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Click Here for a link to TST's directions Heres there tool list
10mm ¼” or 3/8” drive socket. 8mm ¼” or 3/8” drive socket.
16mm 3/8” drive socket. 13mm 3/8” drive socket.
15mm ½“ drive socket. 3” 3/8 drive extension.
¼ “ drive ratchet. 3/8” drive ratchet long handled, or cheater bar.
1/2” drive breaker bar. 3/8”drive torque wrench at least 0-25 ft. lbs.
Inch Pound torque wrench to cover 50 inch lbs. Foot Pound torque wrench to cover 92 ft. lbs.
Feeler gauge set to cover 0.049-0.051inches. A hammer med size.
A 3 or 4 inch long punch small diameter. A pair of large adj. pliers
10mm box end open end wrench combo. A large flat blade screw driver (12 inch).
A gasket scraper or putty knife. Shop light or flash light.
Shop towels or rags. A roll of tape.
A container for empting washer fluid tank. 1 piece of card board 24”x 24”
Brake Parts Cleaner (Mopar 04897150AB) Fender covers to protect the paint.

I wouldn't bother with the big fan nut, I just take off the whole assembley. I have a manual trans so I don't need a barring tool, but you might like to have one with an automatic.
 

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I have done 2. its real easy. take off the oil fill tube, then fan,(reverse thread), then belt, dampener pully, fan pully, then front case bolts, and its right there. dont even need to take out radiator. you can do it in about 4 to 5 hours. easy as pie. when putting the front main seal on, press it into the case from the back of the cover. then put 2 bolts in the top of the case cover to hold it on the motor, and push front cover onto crank with the seal alignment tool in the actual seal, should slide right over the crank and your golden!
 

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thanks guys, probably be ordering a kit tonight!
 
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