these are groves worn in the top of my cylinders can i hone theses out or will i need to have them bored out???
the other cylinders have the similar story. I dont have any measurement tools so i cannot say how deep they are they can be felt slightly with your finger
hard to tell with a pic, but honing is basically just polishing metal, looks like that needs to be bored if you can feel it and it looks like not just a top ridge. did you get the pistons out with out reaming it, break any rings? you rebuilding the bottom as well? hard to say with out checking details miking it in a few places.
Is it possible that I could hone it enough for the jeep to run untill I can find a new engine for it??
May as well not bother - honing won't remove enough material to make a useful difference, if you can feel the ridges with your fingernail. You've got it torn down - I'd say to just strip the block and take it in.
Probably should be bored. If that is really out of the question, you could hone them as smooth as possible and put it back together with fresh rings. It will probably run ok for a while but won't really last.