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Tractor Rebuild Kit Semi Finished Sleeves

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roggie
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2021-05-01          200284


When describing rebuild parts kit, what is meant by semi-finished sleeves ?



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roggie
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2021-05-01          200286


I found this answer:


An semi finished liner is fitted to the block then honed to size, a finished Iiner is as it says finished to size, you can put the piston straight in. To use semi finished liners you would need a machine shop or engine recon shop as you just don't hand hone them they have to be set up in a machine.
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2021-05-05          200295


Hi Roggie,

No such thing as a bad question.

But since you are asking this one it may be sign that you would be wise to have an advisor that can guide you in this very significant undertaking.

I rebuilt an engine with no guidance, and it ran after the rebuild, but no better than before.

Careful what you fix

Best of luck. ....

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