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i have to agree with cooper on this one. .040 is the max i would go on most any block. thing is about chryslers is that they can vary in cylindre wall thickeness by as much as .010 and that can be disasterous. although the machinist could be at fault for the issue you experienced i have run .060 blocks for years in the 10 to 1 range with no issues. i would be safe and stick in teh fourty thousanths area.

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