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Old 03-03-2006, 11:42 PM
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question about sleeving

I have a 400 block that is 40 and want go 60 does anyone know how much it cost to get all 8 cylinders done?

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you may be able to email this place and get an idea.from what i have read it's ehttp://www.darton-international.com/xpensive but makes your block stronger doing all of them.
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Is there something wrong with the cylinders? I wouldn't bore it unless absolutely necessary. 400 blocks are getting pretty scarce and if you don't need to take it over now then you can save it for the next rebuild. As for the cost here where I live it's $10 a hole plus dip and mag fees. $25 to $35 each I can't remember.
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I just read your other two posts. I deleted my answer 'cause it's rude to make multiple post on one subject.

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In my shop by the time we clean it, mag check it, sleeve all 8, deck, cam bearings and freeze plug it will run you almost $700.00
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Thats not as bad as I thought.I probably am going to have it sleeved.Thanks
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just bore it 60 and use it.
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just bore it 60 and use it.
a call from the machine shop He tried. Sounds as if though the machine shop error'd.
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I just read your other two posts. I deleted my answer 'cause it's rude to make multiple post on one subject.

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I dont think it is rude at all I think its rude for you to say it is rude for me to post 2 questions to try to get a response on this info,and i didn't intend to do that but thanks foe your info
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