So I went the other way about doing this, probably not correct but I inadvertently peeled the cylinder away from the piston, much like peeling an orange by hand, standard tools, 8lb hammer, framing hammer, penetrating oil, lots of sweat and cursing enough that I think my neighbors took their kids inside for a break.
What’s the proper way to do this?
Crank seems fine to me, bore looked great, rings are fully compressed and never coming out of that piston again. I really only broke one fin off the exhaust port other than that I guess the bores ok.
Anything else I likely broke beating the holy hell from this thing? It was almost free. Not quite, well not at all but currency didn’t change hands.
Did I mention I still cant get the wrist pin out and it appears that some dark reddish brown rust colored fluid/oil something is in the crank case but I rotates well and inside the the right stator and left engine covers looks like brand new. Inside the differential looks brand new, not like it’s in good shape, like NOS brand new.