1-5 are the standard bore, chrome plated cylinders. 11, 22, 33 are the high-torque cast iron cylinders. the #7 certainly is unique, double check it, I bet its 1-5. whatever number cylinder it needs to have a matching number piston as each number is a different size bore (getting larger by about .0005 as the number increases), though the difference is small enough that a number 2 or 3 piston could be used in a #4 bore, .0005" is not much at all and a little play wont hurt.
Re: puch cylinder #'s?
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