if the bolt pattern is the same then you can simply machine the case if you have to, to make the cylinders and piston fit into the case.
but then you have to look at the stroke of the engine the cylinders are coming off of and going onto. if the stroke is different then you will be decking the engine they are going onto or shimming the cylinders up.
yes it can be done, sometimes it is a simple bolt on and go.
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I was just curious if it would or not. But im hoping the cylinders arent bad and can be honed a little bit and be re-used and some new pistons for it. One piston was pretty bad on the exhaust side, pretty melted.
Was no coolant in the bottle, took the head and cylinders off and no coolant was in them, only a little bit of coolant can be seen in the case.
Also we found one of the filters fell off one of the carbs, dont know how long it was run like that but we put different filters on it and then later that night i think it was when it blew up.
I dont know what to think of as what caused it... The exhaust side of the piston is scored to hell and melted towards the top..
Do you think it could have been a bad crank seal that caused that one side to burn up so badly? A bad seal could cause a lean condition, right? The pto piston is the one that is bad. The mag side is a little scored but not really bad i dont think.
We got two pistons, gaskets, and seals on the way for it. So hopefully those cylinders clean up and are usable.
Yep, it is the most common cause of burn down. The second is carb problems/jetting.
As long as there is no up and down play on the rod bearings and they are smooth turning, a little discoloration is not an issue.