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Old 12-05-2018, 07:36 PM
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There are two ways that i can think of that are quick-ish and easy enough.
1. Remove the rings and rod and put the piston in the bore and hold it as close to dead center as you can. You should see an equal amount of space between the piston and the sidewall all the way around. Or.
2. Grab an accurate enough caliper and measure the bore. The numbers should not vary much.

But, if the engine is new (less than 90 days from purchase) take it back and exchange it for a new one.
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