Posted by Todd in NC on September 03, 2013 at 15:48:39 from (18.104.22.168):
I'm working on a 1950 B John Deere. This is the gas engine, not an all fuel. It's got aluminum pistons. One piston is stuck and won't move with conventional methods. I've tried soaking with PB Blaster, ATF & gas mixture, and MMO. Then, used a big hammer and block of stove wood. It don't move. Now, I can heat it, or put it in a big press. In other words, I CAN GET IT OUT. I'm sure it will need to be bored,but, I'm not wanting to destroy the piston, or anything else if I can help it. Does anybody have any suggestion or experience with this. Thanks in advance. Todd.
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