pretty new to these DT's building a 01 F350 with a 96 DT466. to break the ice/cherry for me, i picked up a "hotrodded" DT360 in pieces. im gonna put this thing together, as a learning curve, so i know what to do, and most importantly what NOT to do on my 466. got my book and a buncha parts! the bad: its tore all the way down. and i was going to buy a liner kit to start, but this whole covid thing had me deplete my vacation fund for the holidays. also the pistons and rods ( separated) were not numbered for the intended liner. the good: crank was a mirror polish. zero pitting in the block or sleeves. the deck and the head were very flat. the heads showed good seal between the seats and valves. all valve guides are in decent shape. i decided to say, screw it and take my chances at throwing this thing back together. i got the block cleaned up, head back together with new seals and keepers. and got the crank installed. one rod had a screwed up wrist pin bushing. but had a complete set of bushings with all the crap i got with the block. so i pressed in all new bushings... to kick me in the rear, and realized the bushings needed to be honed to fit the wrist pin. i tried to hone one out with a small 3 jaw bar hone. at that point i talked to a few friends to see what equipment i could beg, or borrow, to no avail just got them back from the shop today, all reconditioned. bushings now the proper ID, and all rods spec'd out on the big end..