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 Old 05-27-2013, 06:55 AM   #41
 
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Originally Posted by 850T5m View Post
If you put the two into the metal housing, the one with the 18mm bolt, is there a noticeable difference in space between the metal and the piston? Does the oem one seem to move around more and have more space around it
AT's in my car now, photos are from 7 months ago. Maybe someone doing a new install might be able to help. From my recollection, no play.

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Originally Posted by Hush View Post
AT's in my car now, photos are from 7 months ago. Maybe someone doing a new install might be able to help. From my recollection, no play.

Sleeve pictures in earlier post, pistons:


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I'll look around and see if anyone is doing an install and can take a look

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Originally Posted by MazdaBoy2.3 View Post
So you installed a cracked plug?
Apparently. It didn't looked cracked when I installed it, but I guess it was very faint. it was a hairline crack in the ceramic that i didn't notice until I pulled it and the crack became more pronounced, probably from running the car up after the pump install.

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Seems as if EVERY time someone asks a question, there is more flaming than help. Believe me, I have a set and I don't bitch. I just call it like I see it. Go back to the posts in this thread and count how many people flame the OP for either a.) Saying it's a friend and not him, b.) NOT saying it's him in the first place, c.) Automatically going to the default and saying it was installer error and NOT a faulty part. I believe you'll find my point valid.

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