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Old 11-23-2012, 05:06 PM
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Get a new set of rings.....insert the new top ring at the top ...middle..and bottom of the bore.
Using a feeler gauge...measure the ring gap...Anything more than .020 - .025 is bad...
while it may run..it would probably use oil....and maybe even piston slap.....
Its a crapshoot....good crosshatching may help....
Did you check the ringgaps on the rings you took out...I'm guessing they were about .050...
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