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PULLING SLEEVES FROM D-17

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CJW

10-23-2002 09:30:28




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WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO PULL THE CYLINDER SLEEVES OUT OF A D-17?




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Tom

10-23-2002 18:07:19




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 Re: PULLING SLEEVES FROM D-17 in reply to CJW, 10-23-2002 09:30:28  
Find a piece of pipe about two inches long that is just bigger than the top of the sleeve. Across the top of it put piece of steel that is thick and strong, size not critical, with a maybe 3/4" hole in the center of it. Now all you need is to cut a piece of steel for the bottom of the sleeve, with a equal hole in to the one on the top, put a threaded rod through this assembly and pull your sleevs. Sometimes it helps to tap the bottom of the threaded rod when you have it pulled up tight and it doesn't want to move. Big hammer and start with gentle taps, tighten rod as you go, tap harder if needed, tighten rod.......

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Steve in N.J.

10-23-2002 15:57:46




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 Re: PULLING SLEEVES FROM D-17 in reply to CJW, 10-23-2002 09:30:28  
CJ,
I used a sleeve puller that I borrowed from work to pull the sleeves out of my B. I believe the one we have at work was an OTC. Our mechanics use them once in a while to redo our Backhoe engines. Boy, that thing made it a snap! Maybe if you know someone in the business, you could borrow it. It only took me 15 minutes to pull all four sleeves out! I spent a lot longer gettin' the rusty pistons out! Or improvise like Dan did... Steve

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DanD.

10-23-2002 10:31:12




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 Re: PULLING SLEEVES FROM D-17 in reply to CJW, 10-23-2002 09:30:28  
I just made a rather crude puller from a couple of threaded rods and a couple of irons to go across the top and bottom of the sleeves. Worked well. You can buy sleeve pullers as well, but I've never used one.



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