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Re: 8N sleeve

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11-08-2012 13:24:11

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Thin .040 sleeves were originally made of steel instead of cast iron like the .090 thick sleeves were. Since cast iron is generally considered a better material for bores this has often been cited as a disadvantage to the .040 sleeves.

However lately I notice lately several vendors list the thin sleeves as being "cast". Anyone know if this means they are now being made of iron, or is it just that the vendors don't know the difference?

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11-08-2012 13:34:21

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 Re: 8N sleeve in reply to kylemorley, 11-08-2012 13:24:11  
Checked with "Just 8N's" retail parts supplier.
The thin wall N sleeves are steel and from TISCO.

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11-09-2012 07:55:53

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 Re: 8N sleeve in reply to Bulldozer, 11-08-2012 13:34:21  
And I just checked with TISCO directly and they tell me their .040" sleeves are steel!

Dennis Carpenter says theirs are stamped "steel".

Haven't heard from Ncomplete, but their catalog says the .040s are cast.

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11-10-2012 08:29:16

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 Re: 8N sleeve in reply to kylemorley, 11-09-2012 07:55:53  
If you want grey cast iron sleeves and

If you do not want to bore out the block for .09" wall sleeves, can purchase custom cast iron sleeves made in the good old USA for about $100/sleeve at Advanced Sleeve in OHIO

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