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Old 12-28-2011, 06:19 PM
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There's nothing wrong with trying to the job as cheaply as possible but if you want the rebuild to last, don't leave any stones unturned. Take a good look at the jug and the needle bearing on the crank/rod. If the piston actually did melt it's likely a result of a lean running condition, an improper mix ratio or a poor quality oil.
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