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sled-head is right. If your bottom end is good, there is no need to replace the whole engine. You will have new cylinders and pistons. Can't really ask for more than that. I understand your point of only 43 miles on it. But, how would you feel, hypothetically speaking, if Cat comes out next year and says "We are replacing all pistons and jugs for all F5s last year because there may be a flaw in the parts." Here is your sled with hopefully 2000 trouble free miles on it, after it is fixed. Are you going to say no or yes to bolting those parts on your bottom end with the 2000 miles on it? I bet I know your answer.
 
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