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McCormick Deering 1020

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05-02-2001 18:12:03

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I decited to put rings in my 1020 i pulled off the cylinder head and oil sump and tried to push out the pistons and the bottom of the connecting rods hit the sleves. what is the best way to get the pistons out, and i also have a 22-36 is it going to be the same? i need help

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Bill Smith

05-04-2001 15:43:28

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 Re: McCormick Deering 1020 in reply to bryan, 05-02-2001 18:12:03  
I have never worked on 10 20 but I would guess they would come out the bottom. If the piston won't fit through the crankshaft push piston down far enough to get connecting rod lose and then push the piston itself out the top.

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Rob M

05-02-2001 21:09:12

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 Re: McCormick Deering 1020 in reply to bryan, 05-02-2001 18:12:03  
I have never taken them out myself, but I have heard mention that they have to come out the bottom. I dont know about the 22-36. Rob

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05-03-2001 05:31:49

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 Re: Re: McCormick Deering 1020 in reply to Rob M, 05-02-2001 21:09:12  
Yes, you are right, they have to come out the bottom.

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