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5" bore pistons

Posted By Bob_in_ohio Tuesday, January 18, 2022 2:38 PM
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Is there a source for over sized 5" bore pistons? Also, I would like to know the dimension between the centerline of the pin and top of piston, I desire one between 2.500" and 2.750".
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would be really helpful if you gave us a clue as to what engine you need these pistons for..........just asking because there are a few different engine manufacturers....both gas and diesel....

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For what it is worth, my old sealed power book shows nothing in a 5" bore, it jumps from 4.9 something L-10 piston (metric) to 5.125" which is also a Cummins piston.
Both are diesel pistons with the combustion chamber in the piston. And since both are for lined engines, there are no oversizes.
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For a five inche piston look for a END 711 mack or a END 707 mack engine.

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For a five inche piston look for a END 711 mack or a END 707 mack engine.

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