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IHC M 1 /12 hp Cylinder Sleeves


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Does anyone sell new cylinder sleeves for the IHC 1 1/2 hp M engines?
I think mine is beyond, "long term satisfactory use". Thanks, Tom
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Default Re: IHC M 1 /12 hp Cylinder Sleeves

Tom, never heard of it, but they could be redone for $$. I had the luck to purchase a complete NOS set for a six horse, sleeve, piston, rings and O-ring. I think that will never happen again
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John, you must have felt like a kid on Christmas morning when you found the NOS cylinder sleeve set! My sleeve looks too thin to have it bored out and a liner installed. The bottom of my sleeve in the last inch of ring travel was pitted bad, and wore away. I sand blasted it, and JB Welded it, and honed it, but when I put a ring (old or new) in the repaired area, I can see daylight between the ring and cylinder wall...... will be lots of blow by, I'm afraid, and I doubt if the JB Weld will hold up long in that area.
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