RE: seized engine

Jim C. /
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<HTML>Sorry about your misfortune. I would think at this point it would be a good idea to pull the top end and survey the damage. May need a new piston and cylinder because if I recall they have a chrome plated cylinder that can't be rebored. Good thing is that the Puch is a popular brand and parts should be available

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  seized engineTopic by: brian looft brian looft 02/29/00 10:13PM
  RE: seized engineRe: Jim C. Jim C. 03/01/00 07:58PM
  RE: seized engineRe: Shaun Strahm Shaun Strahm 03/07/00 05:52AM

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