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are chrome better in a new bored block

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Charlieson
I wouldnt use chrome rings in aluminum. The rings are harder then the cyclinder, the cyclinder wears out, but the rings are fine. With regular rings, you can replace the rings when you start losing compression.

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HubbardRA
I would not use chrome rings on any engine. They wear out the cylinder instead of the ring. definitely don't use on aluminum. Bad experiences every time I have used them. Rod H.

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