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    Default 0-320 narrow deck cylinders

    Needing 4, 0-320 narrow deck low compression cylinders, don't want to buy new, prefer chrome.

    Old PN 75183/71840, 16B21508, Titan PN TISN06.0CA
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    Default Re: 0-320 narrow deck cylinders

    I will have this spring. Have to double check the #s. Mine are coming off a A2B narrow. Still run good but at 2 hrs. per quart I figured it was time. I looked at the cost of refurbing them and by the time I put new pistons rings valves guides and labor I'd have over $800 in the 60 year old metal. $1250 got me new Lycs. Sitting here waiting for warmer weather. I also have a set off a 320 A2B wide.
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    Default Re: 0-320 narrow deck cylinders

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Green View Post
    I will have this spring. Have to double check the #s. Mine are coming off a A2B narrow. Still run good but at 2 hrs. per quart I figured it was time. I looked at the cost of refurbing them and by the time I put new pistons rings valves guides and labor I'd have over $800 in the 60 year old metal. $1250 got me new Lycs. Sitting here waiting for warmer weather. I also have a set off a 320 A2B wide.
    I agree, putting money into old cylinders is not worth it. Also, nitrated cylinders might be a better option than chrome.
    "You can only tie the record for flying low."

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    Default Re: 0-320 narrow deck cylinders

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Green View Post
    I will have this spring. Have to double check the #s. Mine are coming off a A2B narrow. Still run good but at 2 hrs. per quart I figured it was time. I looked at the cost of refurbing them and by the time I put new pistons rings valves guides and labor I'd have over $800 in the 60 year old metal. $1250 got me new Lycs. Sitting here waiting for warmer weather. I also have a set off a 320 A2B wide.
    Let me know, thanks.

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    Default Re: 0-320 narrow deck cylinders

    http://www.airpowerinc.com/productca...d=13242&x=O320

    Found these at airpower in Dallas, $1,062.00

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    Default Re: 0-320 narrow deck cylinders

    Yea I went with the Lycs. Just seemed wierd putting Continental cylinders on a Lyc.
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