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Looking for 3.5" Packard pistons with 2.5" compression height


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The 288. 327, and 356 all had 3 12/2 inch pistons. Packard achieved the different cu.in. by changing the stroke.

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According to Egge's  catalog, the 1928-1929 Packard Single Six 288 engine used pistons that were 3 1/2" bore with a compression height of 2.5".

 

Sorry, the Single Six was not produced in 1929. Packard only had eight in '29.  The info for the 1928 288, 6 cyl pistons is correct. My fingers typed faster than my brain.

 

 

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