Lycombing cylinder needed

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TC66
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Lycombing cylinder needed

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My AV 0540 dropped an exaust valve seat and can’t be fixed. Exaust is on top and engine is a wide deck. Looking for service ready steel cylinder or new steel. My valves and springs are good.
14'x7' lazer with av0540&72"Q series.
If I can't be at work I might as well slide!! :old_glory: :texas:
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Re: Lycombing cylinder needed

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I just called my guy for my 540 Stated puffing smoke and blowing oil.
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Re: Lycombing cylinder needed

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He believes I have burnt piston from description. Your to far away to suggest anyone.
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Re: Lycombing cylinder needed

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TC66 I sent you a PM!
He'll cut your throat, baby, stick you in the back, drive off in your Cadillac.
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TC66
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Re: Lycombing cylinder needed

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Thanks Kwan. I got a pull off from a guy who advertises on this site. I will be able to tell you more Monday when it gets here. $225 for a loaded steel cylinder seemed ok.
14'x7' lazer with av0540&72"Q series.
If I can't be at work I might as well slide!! :old_glory: :texas:
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