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Back the wagon up. Easy, yes, that easy, no. Intake has to come off and a few other little things need to be moved out of the way. You also have to remove the timing belt. no big deal, but at the very least you have to remove the plastic from the side of the engine. Unless you bought a head with cams and a distributor you will need to swap those as well. And last but not least, the exhaust manifold has to be removed. easy to get to, but old rusty manifold studs are a lot of work.
 

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Yep, the valve cover is pretty easy to do. just make sure to take the time to clean all the surfaces completely. RTV is a favorite, but don't be afraid to experiment a little. I found that Indian Head Gasket Sealer does wonders for me. With time you'll figure out what works and what doesn't. Just try not to experiment on things that are difficult to get to or use expensive gaskets.
 
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