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Re: 2100 no power in the cut
« Reply #10 on: July 23, 2014, 08:27:53 pm »
I have a saw that the piston looks brand new with all the machining marks on the exhaust side. To look down the boot it looks smooth on the intake side.

I got ready to put rings in it.

When I pulled the cylinder off, sure enough, the intake side was smooth as a baby's butt but there were no machining marks left. I decided to put a piston in it also for a long term repair. Nothing like leaking around the intake port and spitting back through the carburetor.
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