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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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Re: 8N Sleeve problem.

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hotdawg22

05-03-2013 08:10:53
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Thanks for the fast info. I need to clarify the gap i see in the cylinder.
The gap i see is with the liners still in. The one with out the liner is even larger as you said in your reply. So i am confused as to how that much space can exist between the sleeve wall, which is standard, and the piston which is also standard. Am i missing something? Every engine i have ever overhauled the piston had a very close fit in the cylinder.

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TheOldHokie

05-03-2013 08:25:44
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 Re: 8N Sleeve problem. in reply to hotdawg22, 05-03-2013 08:10:53  
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The stock piston bore is 3.1875

The nominal block bore for .040 wall sleeves is 3.2675

The nominal block bore for ,090 wall sleeves is 3.3675

Regardles of the wall rthickness of the sleeves the piston clearance INSIDE the sleeve should be roughly .003 measured at the skirt.

So apparently just one sleeve came completely out? Do the ones still in the block move with the pistons? Any that move MUST be fixed.

TOH

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