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Got the piston pulled today to hone the cylinder.  My friend's coming over tomorrow or Saturday to hone it.

 Gonna go ahead and replace the piston pin and snap rings.

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if it has an oil filter replace it before running it and replace it after 20 hours or so of run time.

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