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48 minutes ago, acem said:

Be sure to drain the coolant before pulling the injectiors. Sometimes the cup will pull out with the injector, filling the cylinder with coolant!Thx-Ace 

It's funny how when we want to get those cups out we can't, last time I had to pull the head and use a Dremel to cut the cup into pieces to get it out. Then again, someone wanting to just take an injector out, they come right out 😂😂

Good luck, good save. Sad to see stuff like this go to scrap. 

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8 hours ago, acem said:

Be sure to drain the coolant before pulling the injectiors. Sometimes the cup will pull out with the injector, filling the cylinder with coolant!Thx-Ace 

Thank you for telling me that. I didn’t think about it. I drained 3 gallons of good, clean coolant out of it. That got it out of the head. 

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8 hours ago, td9inidaho said:

It's funny how when we want to get those cups out we can't, last time I had to pull the head and use a Dremel to cut the cup into pieces to get it out. Then again, someone wanting to just take an injector out, they come right out 😂😂

Good luck, good save. Sad to see stuff like this go to scrap. 

Mark

 

 

Take a 5/8"? tap , cover it with grease and tap down into the cup. Sometimes it will spin just from that . Otherwise install a bolt on a slide hammer or even a bolt and washer and pry bar it out 

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59 minutes ago, bitty said:

Take a 5/8"? tap , cover it with grease and tap down into the cup. Sometimes it will spin just from that . Otherwise install a bolt on a slide hammer or even a bolt and washer and pry bar it out 

Original was a plastic cap shoved down in the sleeve. A wad of paper in the bottom is safer than the grease.

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Thought someone might like to see what developed with this one. After a heck of a fight getting the injectors out, and sucking lots of water out, I filled the cylinders with Marvel Mystery Oil and let it soak for 3 weeks. After trying the biggest cheater I’ve ever tried, I pulled the head to find a seriously rusted situation. Won’t be firing this one up without some new liners and rings at minimum. It’ll go in a shed for now. 7C49C66C-7245-4567-8B15-3B7D920E1471.thumb.jpeg.78691d76b5bc323aeaeca1cff1597138.jpeg81FBE85D-C154-4CEC-93A2-27DA56B01743.thumb.jpeg.0b9764575d567428259ecef7ab3957f1.jpegC279E21B-41B8-4E0B-A0EC-74052D8766C0.thumb.jpeg.f2cf833cb6decc80dfd899251cf1a3a7.jpegBEE33ECB-3A02-4CD4-B2A0-608C3EDB7FB9.thumb.jpeg.9369035e4a903b63d5caa6fdd7517632.jpeg8BFD6F94-F0DA-4C7D-B082-1A2D309E0F06.thumb.jpeg.7872406b46ab2e8680f5b3e8d4483358.jpeg

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