Topic: Re: GE5002 Pistons
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I always get LE and Ge motors mixed up. It is open flywheel 1930 21-32/FTA motor. Blocks and pistons had at one time been upgraded from the original 4 1/2 setup to 4 5/8. Tractor had been sitting for 40-50 years in a pasture. No can over exhaust and no hood. Pulled motor apart and found it had been rebuilt. Pressed out pistons easily. Cleaned bore and found no ridge or severe pits. Had several pistons out of GT's but GE2's were is best condition. I checked some NOS rings that I had. Found 5-3/16" compression rings,1- 1/4" oil ring and 4- scrapers.Salvaged remaining rings from GE2 pistons.
I've been looking for blocks and pistons for some time. I now have enough parts to assemble my next project. 1938 GT
Thanks for info.
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