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ETZ 251/301 Re-Bore Service

ES/TS/ETZ 175, 250-300 Re-Bore Service
Product code (SKU):  TMZSRBSETZ250
In stock: yes
Weight: 6 kg

Have your worn out ETZ 251/301 expertly rebored by us.


If your top end is worn out and making unseemly noises, why not take advantage of our Cylinder Rebore Service?


How does it work?

You post us your old cylinder and piston which we will inspect and agree with you in advance; the extent of any works to be carried out.


Then, we shall supply a new oversize piston kit in the size agreed with you, comprising of a brand new piston together with a new set of piston rings, a gudgeon pin and circlips. Your cylinder will be expertly rebored in order to perfectly match the new piston which we've supplied.


Your freshly re-bored cylinder shall be returned to you, together with your new piston (and your old one) using Royal Mail's recorded/signed for postage service.


The entire process usually takes between 7 - 14 days.


That's it !


What does it cost?

We charge cost of the re-bore service plus the cost of the piston kit at the prices currently shown on our website.


The cost of return postage to UK mainland addresses using Royal Mail's recorded/signed for service is £17.50 .*


*Please note, this return postage charge also applies for cylinders where the customer has been informed that no work can be carried out by us, for whatever reason.


Overseas customers - please enquire in advance of sending your cylinder to us, what the return carriage costs will be.


Enquiries regarding our re-bore services can be made via:-


Telephone: 0151 493 1390 (+441514931390)


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