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==Number 2==

Revision as of 19:07, 9 May 2009

Sorting Table

The information in this sorting table was taken from the Puch manual.

Number Cylinder Diameter Piston Diameter
1 1.4950-1.4954 in (37.975-37.985 mm) 1.4938-1.4942 in (37.945-37.955 mm)
2 1.4954-1.4958 in (37.985 -37.995 mm) 1.4942-1.4946 in (37.955-37.965 mm)
3 1.4958-1.4962 in (37.995-38.005 mm) 1.4946-1.4950 in (37.965-37.975 mm)
4 1.4962-1.4966 in (38.005-38.015 mm) 1.4950-1.4954 in (37.975-37.985 mm)
5 1.4966-1.4970 in (30.015-38.025 mm) 1.4954-1.4958 in (37.985-37.995 mm)

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