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Figure 3-60. Measuring piston ring gap with feeler gage.
Figure 3-59. Measuring piston-to-liner clearance.
NOTE
NOTE
The ring gap for the third compression ring and the
New piston rings should always be used whenever a
lower compression ring is from 0.020 to 0.036 inch
piston is removed for inspection or replacement.
and the gap for the oil control ring is from 0.010 to
(j) When fitting piston rings, the gap be-
0.025 inch.
tween the ends of the rings should be measured
before installing the rings on the piston (fig. 3-60).

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