Ok, so after a little cursing, heat and 8 ton jack, I got the piston out. However, before I could do that I had to get the governor out. So I heated it and with some careful tapping I was able to unscrew (like a normal bolt) the governor gear. A little heat on the housing and a little pounding and I was able to drive the governor gear out, however that was after I broke the rod off from inside the piston (DOPE!!). Anyway the piston is out, looks to be in good condition. Now to get the wrist pin out. Any tricks? Or should I just drill it out. What holds it in the piston? Anybody know of an extra rod sitting around they are interested in selling?
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