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Old 07 Jun 2013, 04:53 pm
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Default In need of piston

I am in bad need of a piston for my 05.
Can someone please help
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Old 09 Jun 2013, 09:56 am
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Default Re: In need of piston

PM Uptown or check ebay. might also ask at srtforums.com


you need one that still has the connecting rod on it. the pin is press fit, meaning you will not be able to swap the rod yourself. even an experienced shop may crack the piston trying to press the pin.

when you install it, the backs of the bearings should be dry and only the faces should get assembly lube or oil.

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Old 09 Jun 2013, 09:01 pm
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Default Re: In need of piston

Thanks a lot for your reply,did not know about the lube on one side
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Old 09 Jun 2013, 09:04 pm
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Default Re: In need of piston

P.S.what is the diff.in a turbo piston and a non turbo
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