Re: Need advice on replacing liners in reply to DavidKittle, 10-16-2007 17:39:07
when you say replace, i assume you are scrapping the original. just pound or use a press/ puller to get them out. wire brush the bore where they seal top and bottom. this needs to be very agressive down to clean metal, no rust or crud. take the new liner and drop it in the hole without the o-rings. it should go in easy and be able to rotate by hand. mark which one goes in each hole, they may be slightly different. put the o-rings on one at a time. wipe thin grease (some use oil or laundry soap) on the o-rings and push the liner into the hole. you dont need to beat it, but might have to "push" harder or tap with a rummer mallet. too hard or too tight and you tear the o-rings.----- get it real clean to start, then clean again and you will be o.k.
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