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post #5 of (permalink) Old Dec 28th, 02, 11:22 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks Bill K for chiming in on this subject. I have just never seen the surfaces look like that in the main saddles and the lifter bores. I will get a hone and do the lifter bores and also will use the brush kit in oil passages just for insurance. The crank is .030 and .030.

Does the shot affect bore finish at all Bill?

We are going to use a moly ring so what grit of stone would you use to hone the cylinder with?

We had the centerline on the main bores checked again and it was right on the money. Thanks again.

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