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i got a problem on the wheeler cylinder is scratched bad and i see they have sleeves for sale for about a 100 bucks but its a grand for a jug so my question is can you re sleeve a 2 stroke in your own garage???
 

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If you have a press I would assume it can be done.
 

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ya i have a press but i wonder how you get old out ? and is there any mashining lol

i mean are they just chillin there or are they welded ?
 

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They are neither...

They are press fit. You press the old one out, and press the new one in.
 

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It would depend on what type of cylinder you have, possible cast iron? If so, then you have to have the old cast iron drilled out, if you have a nickasyl then yes, pressed out.
 

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no its a aluminum jug so you guys think it can be done?
 

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Yeah the jug is aluminum, but what kind of material is the cylinder sleeve?
 

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all it says is its a new nickasyl sleeve
 

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can it be bored out to an oversize piston?

if it is nickasil then that would lead me to think there isnt a sleeve in the stock cylinder?

send it in to millenium and have them do it. there are tricks to changing sleeves and its a lot easier to tell you to send it out, the little you pay in labor isnt much compared to messing up a sleeve in learning on your own.
 

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very true idk i was just cerious never hurts to ask . thats probably what im gonna do sounds like a touchy project get a little cruked and ur screwed lol
 
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