If you are 110% positive it has a sleeve TOH can make you a puck to remove it... If it were me it would go to a machine shop and have them bored it out to be on the safe side... How sure are you it has a sleeve....
Re: 8N .060 pistons in reply to Hobo,NC, 11-04-2012 18:44:09
100% It has thick sleeves that have been bored for .060 pistons which would leave about .060 thick sleeves.I will either try the weld method or have TOH make a new bushing. I'm leaning towards the weld method as I may never use a .060 bushing again.
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