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Re: seized piston

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Adam Bronson

12-04-2002 19:48:05

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Use JB 80 it is a lot better that WD 40, soke for week or two, hit with a block of wood (Oak works best this helps if it fits the hole fairly tight) then put it in gear and rock it or turn the ring gear with a bar if it has one. If the head is still on soke and then put hydrolic presure to it useing the spark plug holes with another tractor. But be warned DO THIS OUTSIDE if it comes loose you will have oil everywhere.

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12-05-2002 05:59:25

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 Re: Re: seized piston in reply to Adam Bronson, 12-04-2002 19:48:05  
If you want to try reusing the piston, stop, don't beat on it. Hook your water heater to the block and get it hot . Let it soak for a few days first, with diesel fuel then put a few drops of gas in with the diesel and light it. Let it burn out and I bet the piston will move.
Make sure other pistons are not frozen in place also. This is why beating on it is bad. It trys to move the crank and other pistons when striking it with a hammer.

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