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Re: steeel piston rings sectional type piston rings

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03-02-2014 08:41:56

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post a pic., as the box is giving the ring size for 12 compression rings. I don't know how 6 individual rings would make up 3/16". would be mighty thin.

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loren in wi

03-02-2014 08:59:22

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 Re: steeel piston rings sectional type piston rings in reply to rustred, 03-02-2014 08:41:56  
The top ring is a solid ring, the second and third ring are made up of six individual rings with a expander behind them. The six rings are about the same thickness as the rings that go on the top and bottom of a normal oil ring. I tried to post a scan of the sheet that came with the rings but I have no idea how to do it to this format. I post on ebay and craigslist all the time with ease, must be something simple I am missing, heck the wife couldn't get it to work for me.

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03-02-2014 12:15:41

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 Re: steeel piston rings sectional type piston rings in reply to loren in wi, 03-02-2014 08:59:22  
interesting, as ihc is again ahead in tech. would think that these rings would be more beneficial by sealing better than 1 thick ring. maybe it was kind of a trial and error thing and did not take off.

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