Topic: Re: F-20 Block question
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the pistons have to go out the bottom on an F-20 so the ridge won't be an issue for removal, but if they have much of a ridge, you should pass on them. If Aldersons have new sleeves, that would be the way to go, otherwisw used will be what you get. They are wet sleeves so in addition to the inside surface, make sure to look at the bottom of the sleeve to make sure it was not broken on removal and that the surface where it seals to the O-ring in the block is not pitted to the point it won't seal and leak water into the oil. Keep in mind these things are 75 years old, they don't have to be perfect to function. The F-series engines are pretty forgiving, no CNC machines back then, clearances were more, and a few pits won't bother it a bit.
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