I live in southern WV and was a victim of last week's flood. My 84 K10 was totally under muddy water for around 4-5 hours, and I am going to start today trying to get it back to running condition. I have received many opinions on how to go about flushing my engine, but some folks say drain the oil, take out the plugs, remove the fuel tank, and crank the engine until whatever water blows out of the plug holes. Others say to do this, as well as flushing the engine with deisel or kerosene. I have a 250 inline six, and would flush it through the oil filler hole. Any opinions,ideas, or similar experiences would be greatly appreciated. If I can get the egnine running ok, then i'll flush my diffs and tranny later. Thanks.