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Piston Pin Remover

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#1 LegacyWagon92


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Posted 05 November 2009 - 09:10 AM

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This is a copy of part from one of the manuals that I have about teardown

Piston Pin Removal
Use piston pin remover 499097300 or 499097500:eek:
to remove the piston pin. Insert the tool 3/4 of the
way into the pin and pull the tool with the pin
through the access hole.

What else can I use for pin remover w/o buying a special tool?:grin:

I have not even opened the oil pan or anything but the heads are off and the motor is on the bench. I want to find out before I go at it.

#2 idosubaru


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Posted 05 November 2009 - 09:15 AM

use a long enough carriage bolt and grind the tip down just enough to grab the piston pin. i have one that a friend made for me.

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