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    He can bring em back to Std bore by LA Sleeves ....

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    Cost wise, it would be cheaper to buy the re-pop jugs....
    I do sleeves to the oldies that new jugs are hard to come by...

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    ........... Save-A-Jug ...........

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    I've pulled the jugs and am sending them to my local mechanic machinist to bore out for 150 $ and ordered a set of. 20 over wiseco pistons as Well as getting the heads gone through machines flat and vales sounds etc gone through with be putting back together within a week hopefully does anyone know what brand piston this is Click image for larger version. 

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    I seen the w stamp so I checked wiseco couldn't match the part number or find anything online

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    Quote Originally Posted by coffinhead View Post
    I've pulled the jugs and am sending them to my local mechanic machinist to bore out for 150 $ and ordered a set of. 20 over wiseco pistons as Well as getting the heads gone through machines flat and vales sounds etc gone through with be putting back together within a week hopefully does anyone know what brand piston this is Click image for larger version. 

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    I hope the guy is used to doing bike heads not just automotive. Most car machine shops cut to much off of bike parts because that's what they do day in and day out...

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    Sorry should have specified he's a machinist and a Harley triumph mechanic best within 400 km
    Does all old bike I was just trying to save as much $ as possible but look like I'm going to be spending it get her nice and fresh

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    If I go repop
    what brand jugs do you recommend

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    Quote Originally Posted by coffinhead View Post
    Does all old bike I was just trying to save as much $ as possible but look like I'm going to be spending it get her nice and fresh
    I don't blame you for trying to save money.... I would also....

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    Quote Originally Posted by coffinhead View Post

    What brand piston is this .. ??

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    That looks like a forged piston... The cuts at the bottom around the wrist pin kinda looks like the old TRW or Manley's .. ??
    You might be dealing with a stroker ..??

    Once you get them off the rod, there could be a name that can be seen at the top inside the piston...
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    Quote Originally Posted by coffinhead View Post

    If I go repop what brand jugs do you recommend
    S&S makes jugs in a stock bore...

    But, as you said your wanting to save $$$ .... "Taiwan's Best" would fit the Bill ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragstews View Post
    I may have the solution to this dilemma ...

    In the classifieds I have a pristine set of 80" jugs that are at Std bore..
    Been for sale for quite a while ...

    What I could do is an exchange for your jugs "IF" they are also in good shape with no broken fins or out to max bore...

    I can take my jugs out to .010" and fit new Pistons of your choice ...
    If interested in doing this deal, PM me and we'll talk Turkey ...

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    Thanks for the offer I will let you know the bore of them tonight and head all fins are there no chicks and are in good shape maybe we can work something out thanks

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    Just to make sure the pistons that you will be getting can be used...
    Be a wise idea to make sure your motor hasn't been stroked ...

    You can pull the timing hole plug and look for numbers on the flywheel ... OR

    Load the piston back on the rod without the rings on it and load the cylinder ...
    Go to bottom dead center of stroke and measure to the top of the jug...
    You should have a measurement of 4-1/4" ... If it's more than that ... "Woopee"

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    So... did you get those jugs back from the machinist yet?

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