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fire crater piston
|Allen Rush||Rebuilding a C175 engine. How are the fire crater pistons positioned in the engine block? There are no markings on the pistons to indicate front or back. These are Red Power parts. Thanks, Loafersglory
|John M||Look at the head and how it mounts to the block, should be pretty easy to fiqure out, Id think.
|Allen Rush||It may be easy for you. I want to be positive I get it right the first time.
|John M||OK, Ill try and make it even easier. The raised area should be on the distrubtor side of the engine. The head has a hollow section on the sdie where the spark plug goes in, the raised area of the piston will only go on that side. Make sence now!?
|Allen Rush||I thought that was how they went, but I wanted to make sure. Thank you for the info. Allen
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