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Re: TO-35 Disassembly

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11-18-2012 09:30:33

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I can't justify sending it to a machine shop........well maybe I'm cheap......I just hate hiring anything out.
I soaked the valves in carb cleaner for 2 days then cleaned them, wire wheeled them and then lapped them with coarse then fine lapping compound. Everything looks great now, all the seats are uniform, the very slight pitting came out just fine and now I'm ordering parts to re-assemble. I wanted to clean it all up before ordering so I could make sure I ordered everything I might need. The valves are good, the springs are slightly under what they should be for length so I'm going to replace them.........for $18 I think it's well worth it.
So today I'm going to drain the trans/diff/hyd. fluid and remove the lift cover and pump and get it all cleaned up to install the rebuilt pump and lift cover from the 202.
Maybe re-assembly next weekend......we'll see. Although today it's 48F so I'm not too sure I want to spend the day in the shop. Definitely a warm one for mid November.
No more pics for now, wouldn't want to put Tony back to sleep. Tony? HEY TONY! WAKE UP!!!

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11-19-2012 05:25:16

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 Re: TO-35 Disassembly in reply to Inno, 11-18-2012 09:30:33  
Good luck with it, pour some gas in the head chamber and give it a leak down test or will they need time running to get seated?Gas should still be there after 24 hours I think.

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