Yes. But you will have to know the what your are doing - and then, most often file down the end of each ring to obtain the required end gap.Eric85 wrote:This engine has sleeves and can be replaced. But what if the sleeves have worn? Is it possible to use oversize rings on the pistons?
Standard bore diameter was 3.125". Sleeve and piston kit increased bore diameter to 3.250". If your measurement is accurate - you need to find out what was previously done to the engine.Eric85 wrote:My cylinders are measuring about 3.186 inches.
Copper or brass nail. Insert into oil hole in crankshaft. Rotate crankshaft - rolling out the upper half of the bearing.The bearings on the crankshaft are replaceable. Is there any special tool or technique used?
Ditto what Boss Hog just posted. Again.