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Old 03-23-2019, 02:14 AM
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Greg you are the man. What I meant about the local shops is the boring of the cylinder. My machine is sends his crankshaft out to be polished. Am I taking too much of a chance by leaving the Galley plugs in and cleaning as described above?
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Greg you are the man.
No doubt!
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Old 03-23-2019, 12:57 PM
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Originally Posted by firemn131 View Post
Greg you are the man. What I meant about the local shops is the boring of the cylinder. My machine is sends his crankshaft out to be polished. Am I taking too much of a chance by leaving the Galley plugs in and cleaning as described above?
Not as long as you are dedicated to spending the time to get it clean....it takes many hours.

The boring, honing, and lapping is actually very simple. Just follow the instructions and it works!
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