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Old 01-21-2011, 03:52 AM   #1
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Default im finding it difficult to remove wristpin off conrod

I'm finding it difficult to remove wristpin off conrod this is the conrod clip I have below.

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Old 01-21-2011, 05:18 AM   #2
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And again a new topic andagain not in the engine section..... You can use one of your P/S topics to go further with this question.

But OK,
You have a Collari 35+ with a sleeve through the hole of the pistion pin ?
If so, you can use a needle to wip out the clip. If you have problems to pres out the pin you can use cleaning putty to lay the piston on and plase a 1.5mm hex driver through the open site of the pin to hammer out carefully the pin.
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Mate, I stuck up for you to start with, but it's getting ridiculous now. I see what they meant. They're are already threads going where these continuous questions can be asked and people will want to help you more.
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Mate, I stuck up for you to start with, but it's getting ridiculous now. I see what they meant. They're are already threads going where these continuous questions can be asked and people will want to help you more.
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I deserved that. I'll cop it on the chin, he's just bloody over the top now!!!!
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