Get Faster Removal Of Deposits & Hone Your Cylinders!
“I've been looking for a good cylinder hone and found one with this purchase! I've been looking for years but didn't want to pay an arm and leg for something so simple yet essential in engine rebuilding. Finally, I found it here! Already put it to work on a Honda 3-wheeler cylinder, and the cross-hatch came out perfect.” - Alec R.
Why Buy Our Adjustable Cylinder Hone Tool?
✅EFFICIENT: This tool is perfect for removing carbon, rust, and heat glaze from piston cylinder walls. It is ideal to properly roughen the cylinder to produce 45 degrees oil-holding cross-hatch pattern and allows oil to stick to the cylinder walls. You can easily attach it to a 1/4" power drill to create friction on the cylinder bore.
✅ADJUSTABLE: It features an adjustable screw that controls the spring pressure of the stones against the cylinder bore to meet different piston diameters. It also has a self-aligning and flexible shaft, ensuring smooth movement for an even hatch-pattern bore.
✅DURABLE: The honing tool is made of premium steel with replaceable 220 medium grit stones, which provides extra strength and durability. It fits 1-1/4" to 3-1/2" and 2" to 7" diameter brake caliper bores and engine cylinders of automotive, motorcycle, and industrial equipment.
- The 220 grit stones are replaceable and will wear out gradually depending on how often you use them.
- DO NOT over roughen the cylinder walls, and only use medium drill speed. Or you will damage the surface and cause cylinder leakage.
- Only pull the engine honer out when the rotation has completely stopped. Squeeze the honing stones together by hand to prevent deep scratches on the cylinder bores.
📋Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What would be the average size needed for automotive repair?
A: It depends on the size of the motor. We have two sizes available for this item that can cover most bores and engine cylinders.
Q: How to properly use this tool?
- Wipe some honing oil around the cylinder wall.
- Installed the honing tool on a power drill and insert the hone into the cylinder.
Maintain a medium drill speed while moving the drill inside the cylinder back and forth.
TIP: Use medium drill speed to keep RPMs down and keep oiled.
- After removing the carbon, rust, and heat glaze from the piston cylinder walls, spread some clean engine oil around the bore to ensure no rust develops.
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