Is there a limit to the number of times you can rebuild an engine if you use wet sleeves? My understanding is that wet sleeves act as the actual cylinder and are held into the block with an o-ring. If you can simply remove the sleeves and overhaul the engine, does this mean an classic engine block could be maintained in running order indefinitely?
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