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Old 04-02-2015, 12:24 PM
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1951 M38 questions?

I have a few questions about a 1952 M38. First that is the size of original piston rings for that model jeep?

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Okay, being its military, you know there is are manuals that covers everything.

The Tech manbual for the M38 engine is TM 9-1804A

You can buy them on line for around $25 but here are a couple of links for viewing on line:
https://archive.org/details/Technica...ineWillysL-134
https://archive.org/stream/Technical...lutch_djvu.txt

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Great thanks it's just that it was used by the military and they shaved the barrels down by .030 and we just needed to know what the original was.
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