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I was just given a pretty nice hone (MBB1650). Everything seems to function pretty well, but I didn't get any tooling with it.

I'm new to this and the interwebs are not very helpful get info. What tooling am I going to need to do cylinders and rods?
 

flattop1

Dawg 89
This is a free standing rod hone .
You will need what's called mandrel .
Which style I do not know .
Sized according to what your honing .
1" for one inch bore 2 for two etc .
I'm sure there is some overlap in sizing .
 
I was just given a pretty nice hone (MBB1650). Everything seems to function pretty well, but I didn't get any tooling with it.

I'm new to this and the interwebs are not very helpful get info. What tooling am I going to need to do cylinders and rods?
AN-600 honing head for most cylinders. Stones are a personal choice.
I have multiple ones for rods (big and small end) as well as carb bores. Just order the diameter and length you want.
Goodson.com is a great source for all shop supplies. Very knowledgeable tech that can help you as well.



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