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I like that last pic, nice work.
Scott you need to start posting pictures. "a picture is worth a thousand words"On sites like this it can prevent a lot of arguments too
We do that work here in a piston vise, on a digital-readout equipped vertical mill.2.125" end mill. Looks like it was made that way. (it was )Scott
Thanks for the info. Is this something I can attempt on my own or should I seek professional help?
Quote from: tbird on Sunday, January 04, 2009. 04:18:57 PM.Thanks for the info. Is this something I can attempt on my own or should I seek professional help? I would have a perfessional do it and I do a lot of stuff on my own, It needs to be done right and you could send them to anyone of the pros above, Altering piston is in anyway is a serious thing. Just miss it a little and you could bend a valve and set off a chain reaction in your motor.
Not to beat this thread up, but what should I expect to pay to have this done by a shop?
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