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Re: 8N .060 pistons

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11-05-2012 12:15:53

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John Smith8N said: (quoted from post at 14:37:11 11/05/12) I'm not seeing the problem. I don't have a TOH puller set, but I imagine you're using a stepped hockey puck in the bottom of the sleeve to pull it. The puck does all it's pulling on the outside edge and your OD hasn't changed. Just eyeball the puck on center and pull the oversize sleeve. If you can't see or feel when it's centered, wrap a couple of rounds of duct tape on the puck's smaller id. That should take up the .060 overbore space.

The OD of his "hockey puck" is 3.265 which works for both .040 and .090 wall sleeves. The ID of his old sleeves is 3.187+.060=3.247 and the "puck" will surely slip off center and wedge inside if he tries to use it. I do provide an extra "puck" with 3.365 OD to fit the ..090 wall block bores in the newer kits and that one would work fine since the block bore will keep it centered. Might want to consider "upgrading" Mark - that's one you would have a future use for.

This post was edited by TheOldHokie at 12:17:29 11/05/12.

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11-05-2012 12:30:15

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 Re: 8N .060 pistons in reply to TheOldHokie, 11-05-2012 12:15:53  
That's a good thought. I will shoot you an e-mail to order one.


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