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PISTON AND VALVE OF MY CALIBER IS TO BE REPLACED, A LOCAL MECHANIC SAYS,AGE OF THE SAME IS NEARLY 9 YRS,WHAT SHOULD I DO NOW?

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    What model is it and is it 2stroke or 4?

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For safety precaution, it should be replace with the same model! tahh!

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