PISTONS AND CONNECTING RODS - CONTINUED
INSPECTION/REPLACEMENT/REPAIR - CONTINUED
If connecting rod bearing bore does
not pass the above inspections, con-
necting rod must be replaced.
Two nuts (5), Using 11116-inch socket and ratchet handle
(1) and bearing
washers (4), and
with 112-inch drive, unscrew and
Piston pin (6)
Look for cracks, scratches, and
Look for chips and gouges in snapring
If pin (6) is damaged, replace it.
Piston pin bushing
Check pin (6) for scratches, wear, and
(7) and piston
out of round.
Insert pin (6) through bushing (7) and
check for fit.
If bushing (7) is damaged and needs re-
placing, using arbor press, press out.
Get rid of bushing (7).
Position connecting rod (1) in press,
large chamfer side of bushing bore,