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Re: TW 35 - 2 years later - found it

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Larry NCKS

03-06-2014 03:47:32

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While I'm not sure, I'd say that anything is possible. I once had a 429 Ford drop a valve in #7. Had that hole sleeved and put it back together.

Is the 401 a parent bore block like the Genesis engine? If it is, and especially if it's already been sleeved, I'd say it can be redone. If it's a sleeved engine to begin with it can certainly be redone.

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03-06-2014 06:10:50

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 Re: TW 35 - 2 years later - found it in reply to Larry NCKS, 03-06-2014 03:47:32  
Yes, it's a parent bore engine. Here's another piece of info - from what little I can see on #6, I can't tell that there was ever a lip on the sleeve to keep it from sliding downward in the hole. What do the sleeves look like that are fitted to these 401's?

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03-06-2014 13:01:58

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 Re: TW 35 - 2 years later - found it in reply to FordTractorMan, 03-06-2014 06:10:50  
Some sleeves have a lip at the top; some require the boring to be stopped at a certain point near the bottom of the cylinder to make a step for them to rest on.

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03-06-2014 04:49:54

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 Re: TW 35 - 2 years later - found it in reply to Larry NCKS, 03-06-2014 03:47:32  
Sure it can be resleeved. A lot of motors have been sleeved where the damage went clear to water. Is the damage in line with the pin?

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