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Originally Posted by JFairman View Post
Thanks, thats what I figured.
I'm guessing you put some on the surfaces and with light pressure rotate the head or cylinder back and forth by hand for a minute or two or until there is a nice uniform freshly lapped grey finish on the entire sealing surface where the head and cylinder meets.
Then wash it off of course.
I think marking the surfaces with machinist's dye was recommended but I basically did exactly as you wrote.
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