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    Default Re: How NOT to Install Dry Cylinder Sleeves

    I wonder if the pistons will even fit in the bore? If it ever runs I bet it wont last long.
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    Default Re: How NOT to Install Dry Cylinder Sleeves

    I've never had to do liners but I wonder if putting them in the freezer for a while would have made things easier.
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    Default Re: How NOT to Install Dry Cylinder Sleeves

    Quote Originally Posted by alchemysa View Post
    I've never had to do liners but I wonder if putting them in the freezer for a while would have made things easier.
    ... and the block in an oven set at WARM.

    Or you could just smack it with a sledge hammer and a plank.
    Make sure you get that liner in there all crooked before you commence to wail on it.
    It's seeing things like this that makes me dread buying anything used.
    That's the problem with trouble.
    It always starts out as such fun."
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    Default Re: How NOT to Install Dry Cylinder Sleeves

    WOW!! So obvious it was not lined up.
    Yup, chilling the liners in a freezer & heating the block with a couple heat lamps would allow them to fall in.
    I agree with Baby Grand! If someone tells you they rebuilt it, or it looks like it was repaired, BEWARE.
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    Default Re: How NOT to Install Dry Cylinder Sleeves

    Never hammer on liner pacs! Are the pacs oversize?

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    Default Re: How NOT to Install Dry Cylinder Sleeves

    Watching the video made me cringe, with every blow of the hammer I just knew that cylinder was being bent to heII.
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    Default Re: How NOT to Install Dry Cylinder Sleeves

    Holy Crap !! I cant watch this abuse anymore ..........

    I have had great luck with dry-ice . liner , sleaves .etc.

    But a SLEDGEHAMMER ??????? The ONLY place for a Sledgehammer is on this IDIOTS HEAD !!!!!
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    Default Re: How NOT to Install Dry Cylinder Sleeves

    Couldn't watch past 1:28
    Probably because I'm afraid it will bring back memories of things I've witnessed or done.
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    I start my nails straighter than that! OMG!
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