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I haven’t had much luck with my last post. Not a single reply lol. So I am going to try again I am in need of a set of oem stock bore cylinders! With all these built bikes doesnt someone have a set of stock cylinders for sale lol I’m located in Missouri and there’s nothing for sale local 

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I haven’t had much luck with my last post. Not a single reply lol. So I am going to try again I am in need of a set of oem stock bore cylinders! With all these built bikes doesnt someone have a set of stock cylinders for sale lol I’m located in Missouri and there’s nothing for sale local 
Good luck with that, just givi2you a bump.

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I may be wrong but finding stock 64mm cylinders that do not need a bore may be a challenge, they’re all like 15 years old now, why not settle for a set that have been bored a size or two up? 

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Just saw these replies. Good points lol. But yea I have some oem cylinders at the machine shop now on a stock bore but had some surface rust. So I’m seeing if the 64mm wiseco pistons I had will work otherwise I gotta order the next size up. Since they have some corrosion what would be a safe size to go with? The shop owner said they would probably need bored but he would check to see if they would work with a hone and clean up. But I figured regardless probably good to go the next size so that leads to my question above 

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