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|Jon||My 1937? Case CC is in need of 3 new cylinders (thanks to tidybowl and a well intentioned relative). The puller setup I made is not pulling the sleeve out. Does anyone have a tip or info on how I can pull the sleeves myself, or is this something that must be done by a machine shop.....help?
|Dave Thomson||Can you use your welder and run a bead the lenght of the cyl.? It doesn't have to be pretty, you just need to srink the cyl. alittle to break it loose from the block.
|Doug Varcoe|| cut a small piece of wood to cover the bottom of the sleeve hold it up with a brace of some sort. fill the sleeve with Dry-Ice Wait for about
1 hour. the sleeve wiil lift out by hand use gloves to lift it out as your skin will stick to it.