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ShaggyM

02-27-2011 15:18:14




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Where someone get a sleeve and piston kit for a CC? Actually the complete kit would be real nice!
Thanks!




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JTs randr

03-02-2011 05:46:46




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 Re: CC rebuild kit in reply to ShaggyM, 02-27-2011 15:18:14  
You might as well but a set of sleeves and pistons in it because I will guarentee you that once you pull the sleeves to put in new o rings there gonna be pitted beyond belief. Best just to overhaul it completly and be dun. It's not cheap but better thing to do.



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wilson

02-27-2011 16:31:03




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 Re: CC rebuild kit in reply to ShaggyM, 02-27-2011 15:18:14  
be very sure to replace o rings at bottom of sleeves. Even if just taking head off tractor that has not been opened up for years I pull sleeves and install o rings



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in-too-deep

02-27-2011 15:30:11




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 Re: CC rebuild kit in reply to ShaggyM, 02-27-2011 15:18:14  
From what I understand, the C series uses the same internal engine parts as the D series. You can get rings and gaskets on this site, and I don't believe it's a sleeved engine.



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Jim McVay

02-27-2011 15:44:46




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 Re: CC rebuild kit in reply to in-too-deep, 02-27-2011 15:30:11  
It has wet sleeves



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ShaggyM

02-27-2011 15:34:40




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 Re: CC rebuild kit in reply to in-too-deep, 02-27-2011 15:30:11  
Thanks! I have never had one apart so this is a new thing for me.



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