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TM 9-2320-364-34-4 20-190 20-61.  CYLINDER LINER REPAIR (CONT). Do not drop cylinder liner into cylinder bore.  Damage to cylinder liner will result. NOTE Cylinder liners must be installed in their original bores. Cylinder liner is installed when liner flange rests on insert. (8) Install cylinder liners (1) and inserts (2) in cylinder bore (3). b. Honing. Do not hone new cylinder liner. New liners are factory finished and honing could affect seating of piston rings.  Hone the liner if glazed, ridged, out of round, or tapered. (1) Coat inside of cylinder liner (1) with honing oil. (2) Install hone with 120 grit stones, into cylinder liner (1). (3) Work hone up and down in cylinder liner (1) at 300 to 400 rpm.  Move hone full length of cylinder liner (1) so hone produces marks in crisscross pattern at a 45 degrees angle. (4) Remove hone after glaze has been removed from cylinder liner (1).

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