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Having trouble locating someone that will machine out a pistion to take a bigger gudgeon / wrist pin. out of a 55hp twin outboard.

Anyone has that gear we could post the piston to?
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Having trouble locating someone that will machine out a pistion to take a bigger gudgeon / wrist pin. out of a 55hp twin outboard.

Anyone has that gear we could post the piston to?
Google Neville Lush Racing, AKA Lush Racing Victor Harbor SA. If anyone can do it he can.

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I would think any decent machine shop could providing theres enough thickness there. Holding the piston might be a little tricky tho.
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Taken care of now thanks, picked up a conrod that makes it work...$50.00

Went to two local machine shops they did not want to know and the next one quoted $180.00
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