Batavus piston removal

Mike Barker /
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I was going to remove the cylinder jug on my batavus hs50 to de-carbon the cylinder. But before I do it I was thinking of how the piston came off. I thought Id remove the piston and the jug and let them soak in the parts washer for a while. I was wondering if anyone knew if the piston just comes off by removing the two snap rings and sliding out the wrist pin, or is it one of those deals where you have to heat it up to remove it.

If anyone knows drop me a line

Thanks!

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