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Old 03-12-2003, 09:06 PM
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400 flat top pistons are back

GREAT NEWS- anyone that had problems finding flat tops ie badger #40010f or ohio piston & ertel #'s 1282p @ 9.0:1 for there 400 has to wait no more. I just got thought to someone at Dynagear and they told me they did have a few problems and production was halted ,but also said this piston is going back into production and should be available within weeks.
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