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r1lark
04-30-2007, 09:39 PM
Does anyone have an old Ohio Piston catalog that includes Studebaker listings? I have a set of Ohio 320P pistons that I wanted to verify application for....

Paul

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Dwain G.
05-03-2007, 03:35 PM
A questionable answer:
I have a friend who has been in the parts business for 50 years. He still runs a 'home' business. So I stopped by today and asked him. He said he tossed the Ohio catalog after they went out of business, but he did check a couple other catalogs and finally called Egge, gave his account number, and asked them. They said 1939-58 Champion. Now, I didn't question that answer, but I do know that the long stroke '55-'58 engines use a different piston, so Egge's information isn't completely correct.

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Dwain G.

r1lark
05-03-2007, 07:11 PM
quote:Originally posted by Dwain G.

A questionable answer:
I have a friend who has been in the parts business for 50 years. He still runs a 'home' business. So I stopped by today and asked him. He said he tossed the Ohio catalog after they went out of business, but he did check a couple other catalogs and finally called Egge, gave his account number, and asked them. They said 1939-58 Champion. Now, I didn't question that answer, but I do know that the long stroke '55-'58 engines use a different piston, so Egge's information isn't completely correct.

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Dwain G.



Dwain,
Thanks for taking the effort to do this! I have seen listings similar to that, but I am not sure about it either. I will do some more checking.........

Paul

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