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JJ MARSHALL
i bought this about 6 months ago to rebuild. owner said that it smoked. got around to taking it aparts to day and this is what i found a piston with a large crack in it . trying to determine if piston is standard. model326437 type 025201 code7711281. can find any marking. any suggestion other then MIC it? JJ[img]/club2/attach/jj marshall/pistons 003.jpg[/img]

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Hi, I would mike the cylinder. If there is more than .003 taper or out of round, I would bore the block. Either way you need a new piston and if the cylinder has excessive wear, and that might be why the piston cracked, you won't be throwing good money after bad. My 2 cents worth and its free, value accordingly, Al Eden

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