I have a Stihl 026 PRO that I bought used with stuck rings and gaulded piston from apparent lean high-side setting. The saw is really clean, appears to have seen little use but now needs new piston/rings. I need advice. The cylinder has minimal, if any, aluminum deposits from the trashed piston. It had one very tiny "bump" of a deposit in the cylinders lower portion in line with the exhaust port and I was able to clean this up with fine sandpaper and a delicate touch. Will this saw respond well to just putting in new piston and rings or does the cylinder need to be honed first? If it does need to be honed, what type hone is best to use (ball hone, stone hone, diamond hone?). Last, if it is your opinion to alwayd replace saws in this state with a NEW cylinder along with piston and rings let me know. The saw isn't worth spending the high $ for a new cylinder but it is worth $78 for new piston and rings. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.