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Post by BRASSO on Sat Aug 22 2009, 16:41

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I used them for a new set of rings for my Lister D.

Loads of other stuff they can help you with as well.

very helpfull guys.

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Post by stationary stu on Thu Sep 17 2009, 05:19

Martin would they stock rings for a Petter A.
Do they come as a standard ring to fit or do they need to be gapped?
Last thing what kind of price were they for the D, just to give me an idea of prices as I think the rings may need doing on my Petter A but it's way down on the restoration list and if they wern't to expensive I could just get them and put them on the shelf ready, as I have plenty other things to spend my money on

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Post by BRASSO on Thu Sep 17 2009, 07:44

If they do not have them in stock, I believe they will make them for you.

You may need to give as much detail as possible, or send them the piston.

Give them a call and ask to speak to Ian, he is ever so helpfull.

The rings that I purchased I had to gap and very carefully & stessfully fit to the piston. Only cost me about £20 + postage, much cheaper than other places I have seen them for sale.

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Post by JONESEY on Thu Sep 17 2009, 08:11

Stu they are good they. They are only up the road, you mite be wise to talk to Dorset Mike he may get discount Smile
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Re: PISTON RINGS

Post by stationary stu on Thu Sep 17 2009, 09:47

Mike gets discount coz he breaks that many

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Post by JONESEY on Thu Sep 17 2009, 19:25

That was out of order lol! lol! lol!
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Re: PISTON RINGS

Post by mike d on Thu Sep 17 2009, 19:55

stationary Stu wrote:Martin would they stock rings for a Petter A.
Do they come as a standard ring to fit or do they need to be gaped?
Last thing what kind of price were they for the D, just to give me an idea of prices as I think the rings may need doing on my Petter A but it's way down on the restoration list and if they weren't to expensive I could just get them and put them on the shelf ready, as I have plenty other things to spend my money on

Thanks Stu.

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im going to get some more for my wolseley on Monday
can i help by asking any questions?? for you

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Re: PISTON RINGS

Post by stationary stu on Sat Sep 19 2009, 04:47

Thanks for the offer Mike but I'm just gonna leave it for now as it's way down the list of jobs to do. It's only has a little bit of back pressure on it and the engine's not been run much so maybe I should try running it with a load on it see if it clears it or I may get away with just taking the head off and glaze busting the bore.

Thanks again,

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