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    CL 160 top end sleeves

    Rebuilding my cl160. Had the cylinders bored and the valves redone. The machinist that did the work took out the little sleeves that go in the head bolt holes and I'm not sure where they go. There are four of them. Little info would be appreciated. Thanks

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    TOOLS1 and outobie like this.
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    '65 YG1
    '65 CB160
    '66 CL160
    '67 CL77
    '68 TR6
    '69 T100R
    '69 T120R
    '72 Commando 750
    '79 Gl1000
    '81 440 LTD
    My company car is a Kenworth

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    So all four of them go in the corners, under the cylinder into the case? Nothing on top of the cylinder?

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    Four on the top and two on the bottom of the cylinder. Don't forget the O-rings(two) that fit around the outer studs on top.
    '65 YG1
    '65 CB160
    '66 CL160
    '67 CL77
    '68 TR6
    '69 T100R
    '69 T120R
    '72 Commando 750
    '79 Gl1000
    '81 440 LTD
    My company car is a Kenworth

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    Mike,
    Think I'm missing something. According to the parts list you sent me it shows what appears to be four of the sleeves on the bottom of the cylinder and none on the top. #19 only lists four in the amount area.

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    That parts drawing is mis-leading, I just looked at some parts, out in the shop, have a cylinder here with four dowels installed on the top. The head and barrel are counter bored in the corners to hold the dowels. Bottom of the cylinder is only counter bored in the front outside holes. I have a crankcase on the shelf with dowels installed around the front studs only. No dowels in the rear, they would block off the oil feed to the top end.
    '65 YG1
    '65 CB160
    '66 CL160
    '67 CL77
    '68 TR6
    '69 T100R
    '69 T120R
    '72 Commando 750
    '79 Gl1000
    '81 440 LTD
    My company car is a Kenworth

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    I was a thinking the same thing about blocked oil passages. Thanks Mike

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    Only have four dowels. Guess I need to order two more.

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