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Piston rings
« on: 05.12. 2020 12:43 »
Cox & turner.

I have used these a few times over the years , they have a massive stock of rings for just about anything.
I recently re- bored my B31, and bought a JP piston set for it, and taking the advice on here, i discarded the jp rings and bought a set of nos wellworthy milemaster rings on e-bay for it. Very nice i thought, especially as i worked for wellworthys when i left school....

However, when i received them i realised that the ring grooves on the jp piston were a lot deeper and so i had to source some rings with a greater radial depth to suit!

Kit is the ring man at cox & turner and knows his stuff!

They're in somerset, but i believe they will send to anywhere in the world.

www.coxandturner.co.uk

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1949 B31 plunger

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Re: Piston rings
« Reply #1 on: 12.12. 2020 22:04 »
thanks for the heads up flash . i have just bought a set of +30 a10 rings of them and they can make rings to order as well

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Re: Piston rings
« Reply #2 on: 13.12. 2020 12:50 »
That's good to hear   *wink2*
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1949 B31 plunger