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Re: McCulloch resleeve
« Reply #30 on: November 13, 2014, 09:56:30 pm »
On just the general topic of sleeves for example a John -Deere model D is a 6 3/4" bore .They would use honed steel tubing which you can buy .Bored from top to bottom leaving about 3/4 to one inch at the bottom of the cylinder uncut .Cold press the sleeve and like the old flat head Fords mill off the excess flush with the block head deck .

That's just talking engine cylinder sleeves.Another is sleeving the brake cylinders on old Corvettes that sat  all winter .The brake fluid used to eat up the cylinder walls on old cast iron brake components .That was the fix,sleeve them with stainless steel .

 

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