Topic: Re: 8N sleeve
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Back in the late 60's when I worked in a machine shop, we pulled the thin sleeves & cross - hatched the bores then installed .083 oversized pistons. When those wore out , the block was bored for the heavy sleeves.
Re: 8N sleeve in reply to teddy52food, 11-08-2012 18:10:37
|Oh, now I get it. |
That's the missing link!!
TISCO has a part# P1003-0 ,4 ring piston,
that is .083" over size and coresponding rings part# PR1003-0.
Now, I know why the large over size pistons are still available and the application.
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