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07-29-2000 17:12:03

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sleave in no.1 cylinder was loose in the bore. it is the thick wall iron type in 52 8n. when i put new sleaves in, should i get oversize sleave for it or is there a way to take the slop out of it? want to do it right first time. thanks for any advise.

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Dell (WA)

07-29-2000 18:46:54

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 Re: loose sleave in reply to fred(ct), 07-29-2000 17:12:03  
Fred..... ...Normally, sleaves are an "interferance fit", meaning it is just a tad bigger than the hole it goes into. You shrink the metal sleave by using dry ice (-270) and drop it into the block real quick. Then it warms up and expands real tight in the block. You might find that new sleaves are just too tight anyways and not to worry about. But on the other hand, you never know. I don't believe they make N-Tractor cast iron sleaves in OD "oversize". I have no problem with Larry's recommendation of "sleave glue" (grin) Sleaves are meant to be replaced, beats boaring the block and buying oversized pistons and rings..... ...Dell

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Larry Hollar

07-29-2000 17:54:23

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 Re: loose sleave in reply to fred(ct), 07-29-2000 17:12:03  
When I replaced the sleeve I used a Locktite product called sleeve retainer.
So far, so good. It is available at NAPA or Auto

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