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  1. Evening all I am moving onto the engine rebuild and just though I should see how any body else approached removing pistons and wet liners that are probably past their best. I am currently thinking take crankshaft out {have not taken sump off to have a look down there yet) then lots of heat and beat the liners out then do whatever it takes to recover the con rods. I have got the muttering and foul language sorted. Thanks for any help Adrian
  2. ronhatch

    TR4

    Hi all, Engine rebuild time, I'm using the the original pistons and liners, all within tolerance with new rings. I marked all the liners to match the pistons and also the way they faced but I seem to remember someone suggesting that it is better to turn them 90 degrees if so what are the pluses and minuses of this ? Regards Ron
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