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Resleeving a small engine?

A block, in and of itself, won't usually wear out under normal use. The wear comes at the contact points within the engine (ie: crankshaft/rod journal bearings; rings on cylinder walls; pistons ...
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1 vote

Is it possible to run a car without a carburetor?

Is it possible to run my car without a carburetor? Yes, you can theoretically run it without a carburetor. How would that happen? Well, if a carburetor was fitted to the engine in the first place, ...
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1 vote

When does it make sense to replace a camshaft?

I drove a an old car for 1/2 hour to my urgent destination. It was losing power but I didn't know why. It turned out to be losing water and overheated. The camshaft snapped shortly before I arrived ...
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