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Old 03-20-2018, 10:03 PM
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There are several 606 head removal threads already here, do a forum search. Always room for one more of course, but the existing threads may contain some wisdom that could prove useful for you. I have done it once before, following the FSM to the letter, and it wasn't horrible but it is a lot of hours of work. There are many small rubber parts and other bits that you're want to replace "while you're in there". Also the head is HEAVY so you'll want a friend to help when you get to actually lifting it off, and lifting the repaired head back into place.
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