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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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PaDave83

11-08-2012 12:47:12
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I would only bore out for the thicker wall sleeves if your sleeve bores in your block are worn oversize or damaged in some way. No adavantage to the thicker sleeves in my opinion. Purchase or make a good sleeve puller for removal and installation.




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Bulldozer

11-08-2012 12:52:04
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 Re: 8N sleeve in reply to PaDave83, 11-08-2012 12:47:12  
Main consideration is cracking the block upon removal of the thin wall sleeve with a wacker.



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Bob Harvey

11-08-2012 13:59:21
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 Re: 8N sleeve in reply to Bulldozer, 11-08-2012 12:52:04  
I've used a sleeve driver (wacker)for removal only once, no worries about hurting the block unless you are a crappy shot with the sBFH. Then anything can happen!



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Bulldozer

11-08-2012 14:33:58
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 Re: 8N sleeve in reply to Bob Harvey, 11-08-2012 13:59:21  
That gives confidence in using the wacker technique.
Contacted the folks at Advanced Sleeve in Concord,Ohio.. the main concern of going from thin wall to thick wall sleeve is a cracking issue.

Maybe the thicker wall cast grey iron sleeve that went into the 50-52 engines had a modified block compared to earlier years to accomodate the thicker sleeve.

Where the 1950-1952 blocks different than the 1948-1949 blocks and when were the thick wall sleeves introduced?

Also, Advanced Sleeve indicated a press fit lubricate is required when installing the cast gray iron sleeve with a maximum .002" interference fit on a 3.368" OD thick wall sleeve.

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