Posted by R.D.F. on November 08, 2012 at 11:11:35 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: g6 heads posted by ryan hopkes on November 06, 2012 at 08:40:49:
A crack in a cylinder head is not abnormal, but not all cracks are a disaster either. We've been reconditioning cyl. heads for some time now and the only way to determine the seriousness of a crack is to have it pressure tested. We've been doing that here also for some time now, in fact, we've just purchased a brand new cyl. head pressure tester. Some heads with cracks don't leak, but may need some preventive work, not unlike what the dentist does to you to save your own chompers. This type cyl head situation is not only on our/your MM heads, we test any/all heads that are suspect. We also try to keep 50-100 reconditioned MM cyl. heads on the shelf, customer ready at all times. Dale and Doug, River Dale Farms, 920 295 3278.
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