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Re: TW 35 FWA Engine Rebuld

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11-02-2019 09:11:28

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Premium kits include pistons, rings, bearings, gaskets and valves, no sleeves.

Last Ford block I have sleeved the machine shop charged me $50 per sleeve plus another $50 per hole to install.

I like the thick sleeves so usually have the machine shop get them to make sure we get the correct ones.

For his 401 the sleeves will add a few hundred to the cost but will still be less than $2000 for the parts.

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11-03-2019 12:16:13

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 Re: TW 35 FWA Engine Rebuld in reply to Destroked 450, 11-02-2019 09:11:28  
My machine shop quoted $150/hole to bore the block. That's $300 to bore the block to put the sleeve in and then bore the sleeve back to standard.

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11-04-2019 16:36:33

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 Re: TW 35 FWA Engine Rebuld in reply to FOMOCO Farmer, 11-03-2019 12:16:13  
$150/hole x 6 holes = $900 using my math.

I paid $1250 to have all 6 holes sleeved 2 years ago on a 401 block. That cost included the price of the sleeves at $50/hole. This operation was a "double bore", meaning the block was bored once for the installation of thick wall sleeves, and then bored and honed a second time to fit the standard pistons. My machinist does very good work, and I thought that price was fair.

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11-02-2019 14:38:10

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 Re: TW 35 FWA Engine Rebuld in reply to Destroked 450, 11-02-2019 09:11:28  
You have an inexpensive machine shop.

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