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Maybe Karl or Paul can confirm my hunch. And while your at it guys, where is the engine number stamped on a 200/175? On the rear mount flange on the upper case like a 350?
My guess is that the E817 is the case number stamped on both matching case halves. Is there a similar number on the upper case (or lower since I'm having trouble figuring out which case is pictured). These numbers are to designate cases that were machined simultaneously to assure bore alignment for the shafts and bearing of the crank and transmission.Maybe Karl or Paul can confirm my hunch. And while your at it guys, where is the engine number stamped on a 200/175? On the rear mount flange on the upper case like a 350?Probably not advisable to hone the cylinders unless they have minimal damage. A pic or two of the bores would be helpful....bert
There's a set of used cylinders currently on eBay. Can't tell if the scoring is bad enough to disregard them or not....http://www.ebay.com/itm/Bridgestone-dual-twin-200-Mach-II-m2-1971-Cylinders-Pistons-L-R-53-08mm-D21-/322124893550?hash=item4b0023cd6e:g:zZ0AAOSwn8FXSNTY&vxp=mtr
G I'm not sure if I should send it back and make them fix it or not.
I had previously had Richard quote me new cylinders for $529. Based on that, I decided to go with millennium, with a better coating. Probably should have gone with the new jugs.Millennium has offered to take the cylinder back and repair it under warranty. The down side would be if I end up with them making a machine cut on the base that changes the squash dimension or porosity shows up making it unusable. I'M thinking I'll just go with the JB Weld and put it together.
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