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'38 John Deere G - Sleeving the block?


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Default '38 John Deere G - Sleeving the block?

Just got the stuck pistons pushed out and one side is not a pretty sight - some deep pitting, especially ahead of one piston in the combustion area. If boring can't clean this up enough can anyone share an experience with sleeving? Is it even advisable? I know it will be more expensive than just boring. Thanks.

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Default Re: '38 John Deere G - Sleeving the block?

Dave Richards - Route 38 Engine Machine Shop in Newark Valley NY sleeved a JD (G I think) block for my brother (Jim). It looked like new when it was done. Jim's customer picked it up to assemble himself, so I don't know if he even has it together yet.
You can contact Dave Richards at: 607-642-5169
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Default Re: '38 John Deere G - Sleeving the block?

been working on eng a long time if a sleeve is installed right you will have know problems wet sleeved and dry sleeved eng have been around a long time . just fine a good mach shop
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Default Re: '38 John Deere G - Sleeving the block?

Anything above the top of the piston doesn't matter.
Over size pistons might not be so easy to come by....... .......but it would be a heck of a lot cheaper than sleeving and buying pistons.
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