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Re: Pulling sleeves on MF135 diesel - advice required

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09-17-2012 21:55:36

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The sleeves are very thin, bring the block to a machine shop to take the sleeves out and press in the new ones. I recently had this done to a perkins 3 cylinder it was less than $200.00

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09-18-2012 04:31:55

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 Re: Pulling sleeves on MF135 diesel - advice required in reply to VTParts, 09-17-2012 21:55:36  
If you have a suitable puller and "dolly', you may like to try "spatter" welding inside the sleeves before removal. This method involves using an arc welder at low amps, around 90 amps, and literally running several electrodes, in a circular motion around the inside of each liner from the top to the bottom, inside of each sleeve. This tends to "shrink" each liner after they have cooled. The result can mean a difference of around twenty tons of force needed to push out the existing sleeve. But don't "hold' the rod in any one place for any length of time. This could possibly weld the liner to the block, ...keep the electrode moving at all times. You will be surprised at how easy the sleeves will be removed.

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DavidP, South Wales

09-18-2012 11:04:32

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 Re: Pulling sleeves on MF135 diesel - advice required in reply to Masseynut(Australia), 09-18-2012 04:31:55  
The attached photo shows a puller that I made to remove the liners from a 135 diesel. The bar goes across the bottom of the block and the disc then fits into the top of the liner to pull it in. Ensure that you have the correct liner stand-down for each one. Shims are available if needed.
They should be zero to 004".
When the block bore is fully cleaned and the new liner well oiled they normally fit easily or may even slide in under hand pressure most of the way. Sorry about it being on its side.
DavidP, South Wales

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