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    PWCToday Newbie dwb_style's Avatar
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    Ultra 150 cylinder

    Just bought a ultra 150 that wasnt running. I got it for a steal and tried to check everything the best I could before purchase but knew it was a gamble. Anyway after I got it jome and started working on it I found out that one of the rod bearing and piston had seized. Even though I could turn the motor over before I bought it but anyway my question is the cylinder that had the seized piston has very light scouring in it. How much is to much? I know ideally you want zero scouring but didnt know if maybe I could get by with it. I can bairly feel it with my fingernail.

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    Re: Ultra 150 cylinder

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    Re: Ultra 150 cylinder

    I've decided I'm not gonna run it. The cylinders are interchangeable correct? Like a front cylinder can go on the rear for instance?

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