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@junaid bro u r going great with ur restoration and also u r going great on explainig ur resto.........best of luck
MAsha Allah. So far its the best project i have ever scene (Y) Keep the good Pics coming. BTW have u got new valves or just services polished the old ones?
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brother, you're doing an amazing job. keep posting the details and pics. I am planning to visit karachi in july, would love to see your bike, hopefully it would be in pristine shape by then
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It is going to be a thing of beauty when completed.
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Hahaha, all i can say tht i have no words for u. All I wana say is tht I don't get how U do all these things so well, Its amazing. Keep it up, U r going 2 take over the world. Words can't express my gratitude for all ur efforts creating sumthing very special and unique. And obviously u ve made it memorable by posting them on pakwheels. As long as there is existance of pakwheels, ur work ll be highly appreciated. Thumbs up for U
im getting jealous from ur tools
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very nice restoration ,excellent effort , one question y did u put clumps on the rings ? were they over sized or u just compressing them ?
I think rings are never over sized
If u replace ur piston with the over sized piston then u have to install the ring set of that over sized piton
( in cg125 100 k piston pe 100 k ring 150 k piston pe 150k ring )
Here we use the original piston as we install the new liners (for more surety) bcoz as per vernier reading our pistons were accurate
and as per piston size we use the original Mitsubishi mini pajero' ringsets as they are compatible,
In the ringset we just take care of the oil clearance as per manual 0.15-0.3 mm
We use the clumps on the rings just to compress them to put in the cylinders
Please dont hesitate to ask or to share
may be any sharing would be helpful for us for me in the future
we have to support each other