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Thanks for the replies guys.

I think there was a lack of oil pressure which could have caused this. The oil levels were regularly checked etc, but am working an the premise that there was a blockage of some sorts. But to be safe I am replacing my oil pump with a new one.

But to just check with you guys, would you use those pistons and cylinders again or should they be replaced?

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Jakes
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