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Re: poulan craftsman blower thread
« on: February 14, 2016, 04:16:03 pm »
started number 2 clean looked new 2014 epa sticker . showed 60 pounds compression. removed muffler side cover. was able to remove cylinder by clipping a little plastic to make room for allen wrench.  cylinder is chrome piston looked ok . now what i did next might be stupid i heated top of piston with propane torch not a lot but ring turned loose.  let it cool put it in ultrasonic parts cleaner.  don't know if i changed hardness of piston or ring . rind was only stuck with bad gas goo not aluminum. I guess test run will tell if this method is stupid.  update when i test it ???                                                 

 

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