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A while back I took the engine outside and steamed it off. I've been taking parts off of it to replace all the gaskets and seals (I got upper and lower gasket kits from Watts); I'm also getting the fuel system gone through and replacing the water pump, compressor, and clutch. Today I steamed the pan, front cover, flywheel housing, and flywheel. Running the steamer is a nasty job but it sure gets things clean.

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18 hours ago, h67st said:

Running the steamer is a nasty job but it sure gets things clean.

Depending on what you relate it to:)

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Никогда не бывает слишком много грузовиков! leversole 11.2012

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I got to enjoy putting the rear crank seal in today...I've never done one of these lead wire things. The manual says to use a wood dowel to roll the wire into the groove, lotsa luck with that! I ended up using a big wrist pin to force the thing down into the groove. Hopefully it doesn't leak.

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