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Old 10-15-2002, 09:12 PM
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light rust on cylinder wall

I bought an engine that was subposivly running in the late eighties. Pulled the heads and found some recent but not bad rust, I'm guessing "flash rust." I was wondering if there was a solution that could take this out or if I could just use something like rubbing compound to remove it. I think it's in to good of shape to rebuild and want to start it up and check how it runs without scratching the cylinder walls up too much.
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light rust on cylinder wall

Mine was in the same condition from the sounds of it. I used steel wool and penetrating oil (PBlaster, WD40, diesel, etc)and scrubbed. You might want to lay a rag on top the piston just to keep wool shards out of the rings. I got the worst of it that way and let the rings finish up.

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