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jerry he

03-07-2015 07:12:36

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How thin can I run a wet sleeve on a case 830 gas and get it to live?

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03-07-2015 08:31:27

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 Re: sleeves in reply to jerry he, 03-07-2015 07:12:36  
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Jerry, Don't know what you have planned but my 470 CID DCs run the 4 5/8 case sleeves at .137 and a little thinner at the bottom counterbore to allow orings to go through the top bore without cutting. That's with Case sleeves, some of the smokers are running Darton sleeves and they are supposed to be tougher. I never broke a sleeve at that thickness but that would be thinner than I'd want a work engine. Our pullers see a lot less running time. HTH.

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jerry he

03-07-2015 09:19:47

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 Re: sleeves in reply to mEl, 03-07-2015 08:31:27  
Thanks, Want to use for pulling. I am wanting to hollow out an 830 block and still be wet. I wonder if I could do away flange and shoulder the outside of the sleeve to set on the bottom counter bore?

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03-09-2015 09:50:54

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 Re: sleeves in reply to jerry he, 03-07-2015 09:19:47  
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Leave the Tnx off of Mel's email address. The 830 block can be bored to accept the sleeves from an CASE 870 diesel to get you to 336 C.I. 5.625 inch bore x 5 inch stroke

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03-07-2015 10:09:21

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 Re: sleeves in reply to jerry he, 03-07-2015 09:19:47  
Jerry, email me at car.mel@juno.com.Tnx, Mel

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jerry he

03-08-2015 12:21:19

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 Re: sleeves in reply to mEl, 03-07-2015 10:09:21  
I can not get anything to go to that e-mail.
Send something to this 6_jays@frontiernet.net

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