The best way I have ever found to un-stick a stuck engine is using a process I came up with years ago. I have a cheap air impact chisel that I put a blunt tool in. I cut out a round piece of 3/8" plate about 2-1/2" diiameter round and welded a big 1/2" nut in the middle. All you have to do is place the plate with nut in the middle of the piston and then the impact tool in the middle of the nut and start hammering. Some type of penetrant should be used around the piston. You will be able to tell when the piston begins to move in the bore because it will start to wiggle where it didn't when you first started vibrating on it. Go the next piston and do the same thing till each piston is free. Once you get all of them free have somebody put pressure on the crankshaft trying to turn it while vibrating on one of the pistons that ia about half way down the bore.
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