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Pitted cylender wall

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Old 12-12-2004, 03:52:06 PM
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Question Pitted cylender wall

Is there a product to repair pits in the tail section of the cylinder wall. It appears to be water damage The front 2/3s of the cylinder is in great shape. The engine runs great, doesn't seem to affect compression. Was thinking of J.B. weld and following up with a cylinder hone to true it up. Any suggestions?
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JB weld will work.
Make sure that the surface is VERY clean, and hane after it's cured.
Oh be sure that it is not in the way of the piston rings!
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Let it be when the engine runs great, it doesn't harm the engine any further or you want to run it at max speed and power. JB-Weld will work, but you have to clean it very well. Excess can be removed by use of a piston ring.
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I agree with John if its not broke dont fix it! Plus the pits hold some oil and help lubricate the cylinder.BobRR

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