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If your going to dish it out, expect to get it back. I don't care how many posts you have or how smart you think you are. End of story.
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If your going to dish it out, expect to get it back. I don't care how many posts you have or how smart you think you are. End of story.
You guys are waaaay too sensitive, sort of like a girly-boy.
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Try cleaning the piston tops, look for an oversize marking, like an .030 stamped on it.
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techinspector I really don't know what your problem is. I guess calling people names makes you a real man or something.
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Tech, I can dish it out all day long, and when someone gives it back I laugh it off, I personally don't care.

In all honesty things on the internet get hypersensative, in the real world everyone would just go have a beer and punch each other in the shoulder.
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This thread should be in the hot rodding basics.In the engine section most come on here for accurate info and when they get that,don't like it much.Now is me the is confused???.Nawww.

Ok,ok,I'll play along.Is it .030 over or .035 or round,or oval,orrrrr,re-builder pistons which are real turds for performance use,or none of the above??. Oh hell just pick one and get it over with.

Guess if it ant easy,you didn't want the answer in the first place.................................Oh well!!.
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