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Old 03-12-2009, 02:45 PM
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Ok, ive tore engines apart before so thats not the hard part.

But last time i took the piston pin retaining clips off i had a hard time puttin them back on, whats the easiest way to put the clips back into the hole on the piston
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It takes time and practice. Just make sure you do it inside of a baggy so when it goes flying you don't lose it.
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Originally Posted by slaytanic View Post
It takes time and practice. Just make sure you do it inside of a baggy so when it goes flying you don't lose it.
i got it right after i posted this lol, i did do inside a baggy

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well I just learned something. I usually just buy extras cause I know I am going to lose a couple during the process. I guess I will just stock up on plastic bags.
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I usually just grab the end sticking towards the middle with a small pair of pliers and roll them into the slot.
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