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No identifying marks at all, huh, on the pistons or rods? You could always rebore the engine and use new pistons. I would not trust the engine if you just threw it back together as is, everyone says never mix them up, ALWAYS back into the same place it came from. You could try it and see what happens, but pretty sure you won't like the results. The engine wore in a certain way, each part will have its own tolerance and fit, just slightly different than the next .
If nothing better, call it a learning experience, and find a used low mileage engine.
Posted on Mar 30, 2015
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