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I see no reason to do more than repair the #3 cylinder, and injectors. If bearings are as good as you say they are, and the other pistons and sleeves ar good, leave a sleeping dog lay.
Be careful to not disturb the #3 sleeve as it is seated to the block. Removing it or rotating it could cause the sleeve to crack at the flange, when the head is torqued down. (big bore/long stroke sleeves are hard to support in an engine with only contact at the top, and O rings at the bottom)
When we did complete overhauls, with sleeve & pistons we always had the block counterbores trued up also to insure propper sleeve protrusion. In late production 70 series engines there were issues in this area, as Case tooling was getting obsolete, thus the Case/Cummins partnership.CDC engine Co was formed.
Loren, the Acg.
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