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|Dennis Fleetwood||Just wondering the best way to remove the piston sleeves from cylinder block.
|Geoff Gane||Dennis there is an MF puller especially for the job but I have found it to be a bit heavy work doing it...The easiest way is to remove the srankshaft, turn the block upside down and with a plate machined to just slightly smaller then the liners put it in a prass and press them out CAREFULLY.the new ones can be fitted using a press to put them in..BE CAREFUL ,as if the block bores aren't 100% clean they will pick up on the bore walls..Regards...Geoff
|Jason||Put the new liners in the freezer before installing them, for about 2hrs. Leaving them in their original wrapper, when you goto install them, wipe the outside and put them in the bore.