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I just received 2 Cont. -0-200 Cylinders #6674 . One has rocker pin bushing and the other doesn't. Its drilled for the OD of the rocker arm pin. Why are they different ?



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Top-of-the-head, Dan, is that the bushed one had a hole too large. Yet it is early, and the "motor heads" will probably correct me.
Oh, and there is an AD on those bosses. NDT needed to detect cracks.
Best, Percy
 

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Used parts, the cylinder with the rock pin bushing is a chrome cylinder. The other is a steel cylinder and made for no bushing. So the bushing (#34) AR is a repair. Right ?
I know about the AD.
I have all the parts and overhaul manuals.

I bet Dan has the answer.
 
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