Re: Removing Piston Pin Difficult?

Silverfox Sullivan /
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Hints: stuff a rag in the crankcase mouth th keep anything from going in there.

Also, if the pin is tight, after heating the piston with the hair dryer, you can tap it out with a hammer but have a buddy back up the connecting rod from the other side.

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