I would do tbh but I just went out and tried to get the cylinder off, is it possible to remove the piston barrel from the frame? My cylinder head came off dead easy, no problems but no matter how hard i try the cylinder itself won't come off, just slides up and down the bolts along with the piston which has somewhat become part of the cylinder.
I can turn it on the upstroke without the cylinder head on but it seems to be locked on the downstroke
I own 2 puch maxis, both bought on the cheap from old school friends complaining they couldn't get them working. I myself ain't a mechanic, I don't have the foggiest clue half the time but I got one going a few weeks back, turns out it only needed new points and condenser.The second one of my Puchs is seized. The kickstart won't shift unless its kicked really hard and then it