Topic: Re: Damaged 1020D Cylinder Liner O-rings
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The dish soap was "not" your problem Brent, it works as well as anything. Some of those early models needed to have the opening chamfered a bit,meaning to provide a 'funnel' shape so to receive the liner better, I use a air dremel tool with a round 2 inch flap wheel to take the upper edge off a bit.Take care not to go down very far, stay in the upper 3/4" area. Starting the liners into the holes with great care to keep them straight will help. You are not the first one to have this happen to,,Darn it,,fresh o-rings help to,,if the liner kit sat around for a long time the o-rings go bad...
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