Micrometer head assures accuracy in feeding. Expands quickly to cylinder size with fast action rack and pinion. Bottom guard plate helps prevent stones from accidentally hitting the crankshaft. Universal joint action makes grinding of back cylinder easy. Clip-on stones and wipers are easily changed in a few seconds. Stones are available in five grits. Use with heavy-duty 1/2 inches drill. Standard range 3 inches to 4-1/4 inches. Big range (2-3/4 inches - 10-1/4 inches) with additional rack sets and stone sets. Long 5 inches stones cut faster, more accurately. Includes the following: Cylinder hone body with 1 set of 15540 standard range rack (range is 3 inches to 4-1/4 inches). 1 set each of 15500 coarse stones and 15510 medium stones, cleaning brush and dressing paddle in a sturdy storage case.
Controlled pressure assures positive, adjustable contact through full range. Operates with any electric drill. Furnished with 3" long 220 grit stones, see below for other grits. Adjustable stop collar permits quick selection of two range settings, from 2" to 4" and from 4" to 7". Stone arms are easily compressed to eliminate cylinder scratches.
Precision built for small cylinders. Stones are 3-1/2 inches long, assuring unusual accuracy. Stones cover full range, are easily changed, and available in four grits. Comes complete with 16410, 16420 and 16430 medium grit stone sets in sturdy storage case.
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How to Platau hone a block
A plateau finish is one that closely resembles a broken-in cylinder bore. When the bore is honed, the surface of the metal will have microscopic peaks and valleys. Peaks don’t provide much ring support, so as soon as the engine is started the piston rings start to scrub up and down and shear off the tallest peaks. As the engine continues to run, the peaks will be gradually shaved down until the cylinder bores are relatively smooth and flat (except for the valleys in the crosshatch that must b...