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Piston ring replacement
#11
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#12
Thanks, pm in return.
Make sure there is not a sharp edge at the top of the bore, remove it with a bearing scraper, or very
fine round file.
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#13
Isn't a +.080" Seven ring still going to be a lot smaller than a +.060" Big Seven ring? 

According to the Cornwall club site the Big Seven bore starts at 2.235", .035" bigger than the Seven.

http://www.austin7.org/Data%20Pages/Tech%20Data/
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#14
Do we know what oversize this it, have I missed something?
Not seen that it’s already at .060” but if it is then my rings will be too small .
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#15
Last page of "The Problems Never End" thread.
"They're big seven rings and oversized 0.060"  so that limits my spares hugely."
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