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twodogsMon May-31-10 05:00 PM
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"cylinder barrel removal"


          

Trying to remove the cylinder barrel on my 1967 TR-6 to fix leaking pushrod tubes. Manual says to remove the 8 nuts and withdraw the cylinders, but mine wont budge. Looked at a sledge hammer - looked at delicate cooling fins - thought better of the idea. I put on the cylinder head and cycled the kick starter to see if cylinder pressure would do the trick, but no luck. Any ideas?

John

  

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twodogsMon May-31-10 07:31 PM
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#1. "RE: cylinder barrel removal"
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Answered my own question - see the following link.


http://www.triumphrat.net/vintage-technical-tips-and-tricks/135260-tips-for-removing-the-cylinder-barrel.html

  

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