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Worn Piston Pin
Time Spent Repairing:
More than 2 hours
Entry Date:2014-06-17 11:49:15
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Worn Piston Pin
Using a 3" hex bolt with some spacers on the extraction end and was able to easily remove the wrist pin. I then used the same method to press the pin back into one side of the piston, using only that side for leverage. I than aligned the piston and the crank arm/bearing and used a 5 inch bolt to press the pin back thru to the far side of the piston. ( Make sure the piston ports are properly aligned using the arrow on the top of the piston.) Had to make a few minor adjustment to make space for the side clips. Put the unit back together and it fired on the second pull. I was able to install the pin with out having to remove the crank arm or disassemble the unit.
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