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    Resleeving a cylinder???

    Question, When you resleeve a cylinder, do you just bore out the current to a specific bore and slide a new liner in?

    I pulled apart the K750 Engine today and started to hone the cylinders, and found this? Mag cylinder sleeve looks like one piece and PTO cylinder looks like 2 pieces>


    Is this safe, or should I have this block replaced?

    Thanks
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    That is weird someone sleeved a sleeve??

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    Being a ski that has been run in salt water,they may have been afaied of busting the casting. My question is,What's the bores size.I would think they took a smaller sleeve,and also are using small pistons now. I don't see why you couldn't reuse it if there's enough of the old sleeves to center the head into the case.

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    Teh pistons I pulle dout iof it look to be .5 over sized already Cant really tell adn I do not have an accurate gauge here
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    I think you'll be fine with new pistons,Take the cyl. to a machine shop and have them check the bore so you get the right pistons.

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    Looking back on the photos,Thaat one piston might be a little smaller then the other,have both checked.

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