measure everything before you cut or order pistons.
Indeed. Attention is being focused on the on the walls in the areas of the flange.
When I mentioned Evo torque plates, I was speaking out of my element. I know nothing past 1959. But torque plating an early cylinder will leave the bottom of the cylinder un-torqued plated, just because of where the head bolts sit on the bottom of the top half of the cylinder. Where's my camera when I need it?
My biggest concern and the total absolute bummer of my life are those CCI gas tanks. Not for just me, but for the entire repop
world of future builders
If I can find a way to clip-up a set of Tedds Knuckle tanks and make them look right for a Pan, I'm doing it.