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Re: model b pistons questions

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02-20-2013 08:41:51

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Can you reuse the old pistons or do you have something else in mind? It might be cheaper to sleeve it and use the original pistons than boring it and putting new ones in. Last A we did it was $50 for the sleeve installed plus boring charges.

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warren woodrow

02-20-2013 11:34:29

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 Re: model b pistons questions in reply to MSD, 02-20-2013 08:41:51  
Machine shop I contacted said $700.00 to sleeve and bore both cylinders. Needless to say I will contact others. Always someone wanting to make a killing....... instead of a living.

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warren woodrow

02-20-2013 10:16:53

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 Re: model b pistons questions in reply to MSD, 02-20-2013 08:41:51  
Had been led to believe sleeving was alot more expensive. I think my pistons are good and at that price range I would rather sleeve and use my originals.

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02-20-2013 14:05:47

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 Re: model b pistons questions in reply to warren woodrow, 02-20-2013 10:16:53  
New ones are half the weight, more compression/power, barely more than the cost of rings for your worn originals. To sleeve it requires boring much farther than it does with new pistons. Its always cheaper to buy pistons & bore than buy rings bore sleeve & finish bore the sleeve. & a much nicer outcome imo.

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