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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-20-2019, 01:45 PM Thread Starter
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Piston Liner removal tool?

Does anyone have a 2.0L piston liner removal tool for sale, rent or loan? Ive pulled two liners using the wood block method mentioned on here but the other 2 aren't budging.
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It is a large cylinder, never used it, I am not sure it the one I have is for2 liter. Special tool number?

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Thanks for the reply Al. I have not been able to find a tool number associated with a 2L puller. Do you have dimensions for yours?
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Alfa never made one. Its something that others have come up with.

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a nice tech drawing was posted here for the 84mm tool:
https://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/7479817-post6.html

and if your skills are good, it should look like this when you've finished...
(wonder if he still has it 10 years later?...you never know!)
https://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/alf...ller-tool.html

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a nice tech drawing was posted here for the 84mm tool:
https://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/7479817-post6.html

and if your skills are good, it should look like this when you've finished...
(wonder if he still has it 10 years later?...you never know!)
https://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/alf...ller-tool.html
Thanks Dom.. I have no skills.. An attempt to recreate one would certainly not turn out like that.
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I can loan you one but it’ll have to be after the 30th of this month. Let me know.
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I can loan you one but itíll have to be after the 30th of this month. Let me know.
Thank you! thats very generous of you.. I actually decided to try my hand at making one. Some flat stock and a little time at the grind wheel.. Success! Very crude but effective.
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Success! As long as it works.
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Are these puller tools available for 1600cc cylinder liners? I checked eBay but did not find any listed.

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