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changing sleeves,pistons, and rings

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wdTom

07-13-2003 18:02:35




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Well it sounds like they want the bevel up, the dot shouldn't matter




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Bob

07-15-2003 09:51:24




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 Re: Re: WD45 - changing sleeves,pistons, and rings in reply to wdTom, 07-13-2003 18:02:35  
WRONG! Butch is correct, and as trivial as this may seem, it will make or break the re-ring job. If the rings are intalled wrong side up, it will have poor compression, and pump oil!

Most ring sets come with illustrated instructions. Be sure to follow them exactly and DO NOT PROCEED without clear instructions for YOUR ring set.



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cbm

08-06-2003 04:56:33




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 Re: Re: Re: WD45 - changing sleeves,pistons, and r in reply to Bob, 07-15-2003 09:51:24  
The dot is on one side, and the inside bevel is on the other. The packet that the rings came in, say both are to be up.

Very confused...

TIA



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Bob

08-06-2003 07:07:40




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: WD45 - changing sleeves,pistons, a in reply to cbm, 08-06-2003 04:56:33  
What brand of rings?



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08-12-2003 04:16:34




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: WD45 - changing sleeves,piston in reply to Bob, 08-06-2003 07:07:40  
They are from Woods-Tisco Parts in Rchmond, Va. I ordered thru Wengers in Pa.



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