Lisle LI15000 Engine Cylinder Hone

October 30, 2016 - Comment
Add to Cart $135.52Amazon.com Price
(as of June 27, 2019 22:06 GMT+0100 - Details)

Micrometer head assures accuracy in feeding. Expands quickly to cylinder size with fast action rack and pinion. Bottom guard plate helps prevent stones from accidentally hitting the crankshaft. Universal joint action makes grinding of back cylinder easy. Clip-on stones and wipers are easily changed in a few seconds. Stones are available in five grits. Use with heavy-duty 1/2 inches drill. Standard range 3 inches to 4-1/4 inches. Big range (2-3/4 inches – 10-1/4 inches) with additional rack sets and stone sets. Long 5 inches stones cut faster, more accurately. Includes the following: Cylinder hone body with 1 set of 15540 standard range rack (range is 3 inches to 4-1/4 inches). 1 set each of 15500 coarse stones and 15510 medium stones, cleaning brush and dressing paddle in a sturdy storage case.

Product Features

  • Micrometer head assures accuracy in feeding
  • Expands quickly to cylinder size with fast action rack and pinion
  • Bottom guard plate helps prevent stones from accidentally hitting the crankshaft
  • Clip-on stones and wipers are easily changed in a few seconds, stones are available in five grits
  • Use with heavy-duty 1/2″ drill

Comments

bullshoals23T says:

Four Stars this product works just fine. It is not a Sunnen but it doesn’t cost $1,600.00 either.

Derek M. says:

If so they have very poor quality control Hone itself seem to be well built but the 180 grit stones were bonded to the holders incorrectly and unusable. I ordered 2 additional sets of stones. 180 grit and 280 grit. The 180 grit stones were correct but the 280 grit stones were again bonded to the holder wrong. They list the tool as being made in the USA. If so they have very poor quality control. Would think twice about ordering this tool

Wendy Zweber says:

I purchased the hone due to the excellent reviews it received I purchased the hone due to the excellent reviews it received. They were right. I just finished a Cummins 3.9 non sleeved engine. I took it .02 over using the more aggressive stone and finishing with the least aggressive. Both sets of stones were included. I used a mix of kerosene and oil to lube. I used a big, low rpm drill. It will make your arms feel like playdough, so be prepared to spend around 45 mn per hole. Happy as can be.

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