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when is a 830 sleeve worn out

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Cyric30

08-14-2011 19:03:27




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Hello All

A what point is a 830 case diesel sleeve considered to worn to be re-used or re-ringed.??? anyone got a dial-caliper number handy.???

So many questions when i work on things :)

Cyric30




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Fred Eagerton Jr.

08-15-2011 09:14:50




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 Re: when is a 830 sleeve worn out in reply to Cyric30, 08-14-2011 19:03:27  
If the sleeve is not worn too much, be sure to check the top of the sleeve and make sure that the top lip were the head gasket fits around is not burned away. The 830 I own that my Uncle owned had the tops of the 2 inside sleeves almost completly gone on one side and had to replace them.
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Mike in Mn.

08-15-2011 08:06:22




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 Re: when is a 830 sleeve worn out in reply to Cyric30, 08-14-2011 19:03:27  
I was told years ago that 10 thou. wear was the absolute max that was allowed for a re-ring job.Measure the bore at the top and the very bottom and that should get you the standard bore. Then measure the bore just under the ring groove where the rings turn around and see how much wear is in this area and also measure how much out of round there is. Nice new perfect rings won't seal in old out of round worn out holes. Also check pistons for ring land wear and the skirts for wear. If you re-ring be sure to cut the ridge completely out and hone and do a nice job in this area so you don't break the new rings.

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jason1816

08-14-2011 19:50:03




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 Re: when is a 830 sleeve worn out in reply to Cyric30, 08-14-2011 19:03:27  
when bangs and pushes oil passed the rings



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