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Re: wet vs. dry sleeves

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Diesel Don

09-08-2002 07:42:29




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A friend of mine told me a trick to remove stuck sleeves.I haven't tried it yet but the time is coming!Take a 6010 or 6011 welding rod and run a bead up the sides of the sleeves in a couple places.They will crack on the welds and slide right out.I have also heard of shrinking sleeves in liquid nitrogen for installation.Nitrogen is much colder than dry ice but it is harder to handle.




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09-08-2002 18:10:56




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 Re: Re: wet vs. dry sleeves in reply to Diesel Don, 09-08-2002 07:42:29  
I have seen this done during an in-frame that was being done on a Dry-sleeve Perkins 6-354 in a White 2-85 that has had too much ether put to it, which bent the rods, etc. )moral-go easy on the starting fluid, that overhaul cost the poor guy about $4,500) But a few passes along the inside of the sleeves with a small diameter welding rod shrank them enough to get them out easily.



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Steven@nd

09-08-2002 17:55:51




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 Re: Re: wet vs. dry sleeves in reply to Diesel Don, 09-08-2002 07:42:29  
Remember that the welding trick really only works with dry sleeves. I've never had a problem removing the wet sleeves.

Steven



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