CONNECTING RODS, PISTONS, RINGS & SLEEVES
Remove the Cylinder Sleeves as TOIIOWS:
After piston and rod removal use the universal
wet sleeve puller PLT-502-3; 17-22-2 (1, Fig. 5)
and remove cylinder sleeves.
Figure 5. - Universal Wet Sleeve Puller (PLT-502-3) (17-
PLT-502-3 or 17-22-2
Position the puller in the sleeve. Hold the jaws
of the puller and turn the screw, which spreads
the jaws to grip the edge of the cylinder sleeve.
Tighten the locking bar against the top of the
Turn the bearing-mounted forcing nut to break
the cylinder sleeve loose from the crankcase as
shown in Fig. 6.
Figure 6. - Removing Cylinder Sleeve
Remove the sleeve; if necessary thread a slide
hammer into the forcing screw to aid in removal.
NOTE: If more than one sleeve is to be removed and
they are to be used again, it is important that the
sleeves be marked with the cylinder number they
were removed from.
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