Hope you have good fortune to find someone with a bore-gauge. If not:
a) there is one up on e-bay (Item # 1654424015 -nfi)
b) find an inexpensive inside mic set
c) get yerself a set of snap guages and a 2-3" mic (my solution - cost ~$25
Remember, you can never have too many toys, err... tools.
Now if I could just find somebody with a set of all the Churchill tools that
the factory manual says I need ;->
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ptegler" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, October 26, 2001 1:27 PM
Subject: tool hunting
> ...anyone out there have a dial bore guage they care to rent
> to me for a week? I hate to lay out $145(+) for a tool I'll only use
> briefly. (have done that too many times now already!) I want to
> check my cyl. bores before I bother glaze busting the cyl. walls.
> If their already oversize and I have to remove up to another .001-.0005
> For all I know I may already be near the next oversize, so why bother
> deglazing if I need to have them rebored HELP!
> Paul Tegler email@example.com www.teglerizer.com
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