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reichstall

04-26-2008 13:10:17




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ok i dont have a puller to pull liners .so i figure some one must have done it with out before .this is on a wd 45 4" oringal liners .they are stuck had over head hoist on them with front end of tractor off ground .tapped them no movement noted .at a loss here any help be nice




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reichstall

04-27-2008 12:18:15




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 Re: pulling liners in reply to reichstall, 04-26-2008 13:10:17  
liners out made a oak block than hit it with a 16 pound sledge pop right out .when all else fails get a bigger hammer



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El Toro

04-27-2008 04:25:01




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 Re: pulling liners in reply to reichstall, 04-26-2008 13:10:17  
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You need a sleeve puller like Keith made. Hal



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chalmersbob

04-26-2008 19:48:59




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 Re: pulling liners in reply to reichstall, 04-26-2008 13:10:17  
I pulled the sleaves out of a wd block using a jack and 2 3/8" redi-bolts and a plate on the bottom. they were so hard to pull that I bent the jack handle trying to pump it. but they came out. Bob



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JMS/.MN

04-26-2008 19:14:34




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 Re: pulling liners in reply to reichstall, 04-26-2008 13:10:17  
With an in-frame overhaul- not pulling the engine- you have a couple of options. Make a puller out of 3/4 inch redi-bolt, cookie underneath to span the liner, U-shaped weldment above that spans the liner, and tighten up the bolt. Or- with overhead hoist, or jack under the liner- bfh on the front of the tractor frame. Puller is a better idea, spreads the load.



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reichstall

04-26-2008 17:12:34




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 Re: pulling liners in reply to reichstall, 04-26-2008 13:10:17  
yep thought about doinging that way .so tommorow it shall be a big hammer and a little luck i hope



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old

04-26-2008 17:02:52




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 Re: pulling liners in reply to reichstall, 04-26-2008 13:10:17  
Lay the block up side down on a couple of wood blocks. Then take a 2X4 or 4X4 made of oak and drop it on the bottom side of the sleeve and give it a few good hits with a Big hammer. Thats how I do it all the time and so far never had any problems getting one out. Be sure that the blocks you lay it on are not placed so as to stop the sleeve from popping out

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Aaron SEIA

04-26-2008 15:22:55




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 Re: pulling liners in reply to reichstall, 04-26-2008 13:10:17  
Solid piece of 4x4 oak works. Last one I did I used a chunk of 1/4" angle iron welded to a pipe for a handle, beat away with a sledge hammer. Takes some swinging, but if your not gonna re-use them, it works just fine.

Aaron SEIA



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DickL

04-26-2008 13:37:38




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 Re: pulling liners in reply to reichstall, 04-26-2008 13:10:17  
I turn them upside down and beat them out with what you see in the picture.
This is a B engine but I do any wet sleeve engine the same way no mater what the brand or model.

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