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Re: 1949 GMC pistons
Richard K #1360297 Thu May 14 2020 06:57 PM
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Hey there. Sorry for the delay/ I've got .60 domed pistons. Sounds like mine are too big for what you need.


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Re: 1949 GMC pistons
Richard K #1360348 Fri May 15 2020 01:26 AM
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The piston we found had a hollow dome.

Re: 1949 GMC pistons
Richard K #1361036 Wed May 20 2020 01:43 AM
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Thanks to all for your input. Haven't been able to locate pistons. The plan now is to sleeve the block and use the old pistons with new rings.

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