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Re: sleeves in 8n

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I rebuilt a 9n that had been running oversized pistons in a bare block with no sleeves. To make sure we removed all the damage I bored it out and used the .125 wall melling sleeves. It turned out real nice. I will see if I have the part number when I get home.

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11-11-2013 07:04:27

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 Re: sleeves in 8n in reply to xj43, 11-11-2013 05:59:24  
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I think I would have stopped at .090 wall thickness and used stock Ford sleeves to facilitate future rebuilds if needed...

In any event the Melling part numbers for 3.1875 bore x 6.5" OAL sleeve are:

CSL205 - unflanged, .125 wall, unfinished bore

CSL105F - flanged, .095 wall, unfinished bore

CSL301F - flanged, .040 wall, pre-fiished bore

CSL304F - flanged, .090 wall, pre-finished bore


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11-11-2013 08:41:11

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 Re: sleeves in 8n in reply to TheOldHokie, 11-11-2013 07:04:27  
Yea, that is what you said last time you commented on my sleeves. I guess it comes down to block condition. I didn't do it for sport

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11-11-2013 09:06:52

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 Re: sleeves in 8n in reply to xj43, 11-11-2013 08:41:11  
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Just hard to imagine that much wear. The .090 wall sleeves are .100 larger than the OD of .040 wall sleeves. They must have run the crap out of the unsleeved engine to generate more wear than that. I would imagine it sounded like a cement mixer ;-)


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