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You can clean up the liners with emery cloth,then soak with diesel fuel hold the liners down with bolts and washers,plug oil passage for rocker arms, put about 2 quarts of diesel in crank case and crank over with starter if engine is free, if not free fill it full and let sit,for a while, try working to free it once free roll it over on starter until your satisfied that things are free, drain fluid change filter,assemble ,use a 10 w oil start and run for abour an hour ,drain and change filter refill with your oil of preforence, and keep an ear open for any thing that is not right. Run another 10 hrs change oil again,and you should be good to go.
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