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

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Ken(Ark)

05-04-2013 05:58:49
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Just speculating ,
If the bore was worn say .010 and someone honed it .005 and re rung it then it would run (poorly) . Hasting Ring manufacturer claims their rings will seal a .012 tapered bore .

The excess blow by probably overheated the sleeves allowing them to move which could have worn the block a little also .

A piston skirt and the lands between the rings are the nominal size for the piston , the top land is smaller for heat expansion . You can usually see the rings on a fresh rebuild if the piston is tdc and you look close .
I would bet the ring gap on the remaining 3 pistons is .040+

Add it all up and you would see a big gap .

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TheOldHokie

05-04-2013 06:49:38
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 Re: 8N Sleeve problem. in reply to Ken(Ark), 05-04-2013 05:58:49  
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He can measure the bore on the sleeveless hole with a ruler. It doesn't have to be accurate to a thou - pretty easy to discrimate 3.267 from 3.367. At that point better advice can be provided.

TOH



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