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08-06-1999 20:52:09

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i am working on an md as well as a wd9 the md is stuck. VERY stuck any ideas

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08-08-1999 22:23:52

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 Re: MD stuck in reply to jim, 08-06-1999 20:52:09  
Pull the head, fill the holes up w/brake fluid make a wick out of an old sweat sock,lighter off and let burn all afternoon do it again then try alittle perswation w/ a big maul. I go down to the brake shop and get disc brake pistons about the same size as the bore and use these pucks to beat on . beat carefully

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08-07-1999 02:55:20

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 Re: MD stuck in reply to jim, 08-06-1999 20:52:09  
Pull the spark plugs and and put some Marvel Mystery oil in the cyls. and let it work for about a week. Good Luck.

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08-07-1999 20:25:28

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 Re: Re: MD stuck in reply to Wayne, 08-07-1999 02:55:20  
To make this work you must have the "gas, diesel" in gas position.

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08-07-1999 16:04:59

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 Re: Re: MD stuck in reply to Wayne, 08-07-1999 02:55:20  
I too had a stuck MD. The head was off and I sprayed BREAK AWAY on each piston sides and placed a round piece of hardwood in each cylinder and banged away with a 5 lb. sledege hammer. I did this some on each piston, sprayed again, then let it sit for another day. This went on for weeks. When one piston appeared to move, I would work on the others. Keep the pistons wet with whatever type of 'loose juice' you have.

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