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Mark

08-03-2001 07:32:03




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Whats the best way to remove the sleeves on my Farmall B? I don't have a sleeve puller. Does anybody have a trick? Thanks.




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Jim

08-04-2001 17:56:30




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 Re: removing sleeves in reply to Mark, 08-03-2001 07:32:03  

I've rebuilt a couple of them and the trick my dad showed me works......support the engine upside down(like on horses)on the head surface....and take your welder on meduim to low heat range ...make 4 passes oppsite of each inside on sleeve.....if they don't drop out a little tap with small hammer and block will do it....this will drop out the most stuborn sleeves there is..!!

good luck...

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Les Repair

08-03-2001 16:59:47




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 Re: removing sleeves in reply to Mark, 08-03-2001 07:32:03  
You should be able to drive them out with rod about 2 ft long and 3/4 inch diameter. Position the rod on the edge of the sleeve which protrudes through the block. The sleeve may get damaged, but if you are putting new ones in it won't make any defference.



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LarryG

08-03-2001 09:55:43




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 Re: removing sleeves in reply to Mark, 08-03-2001 07:32:03  
No, tricks - just a sleeve puller! In the recent archives there should be a posting w/pic on a home made sleeve puller.



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Bill Smith

08-04-2001 11:38:00




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 Re: Re: removing sleeves in reply to LarryG, 08-03-2001 09:55:43  
Sounds like you got some tips on removal. A sleeve puller would be your best bet if you are going to reinstall them but that probably isn't the case. Here is a little tip on installing sleeves. Put them in a freezer and leave them in there untill they are mighty cold. This will cuase a little contraction allowing them to go in block a little easier.



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mrx

08-04-2001 20:22:18




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 Re: Re: Re: removing sleeves in reply to Bill Smith, 08-04-2001 11:38:00  
Also hang a trouble light in the block. All you need to install them is be to real quick and use a wood 4x4 and hammer



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Tom

08-04-2001 17:58:02




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 Re: Re: Re: removing sleeves in reply to Bill Smith, 08-04-2001 11:38:00  
My dad always said to put the sleevesa in the freezer for a couple of days and then wait for a hot day so the block is hot and then install quickly.Good Luck



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