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TM 10-3930-664-24 4-11. PISTON, PISTON PIN, AND PISTON RING REPLACEMENT This task covers: Removal, Cleaning, Inspection, and Installation INITIAL SETUP: Tools and Test Equipment: Equipment Condition: General Mechanics Tool Kit (1, App.  E) Oil suction connection removed Torque Wrench (32, App.  E) (para.  3-17) Retaining Ring Pliers (24, App.  E) Cylinder head assembly removed Feeler Gage (21, App.  E) (para.  3-8) Caliper Set, Outside (13, App.  E) Caliper, Inside (12, App.  E) Ring Compressor (40, App.  E) Materials / Parts: Lubriplate 105 (39, App.  C) Lubricating Oil (14, App.  C) Retaining Ring, Item 11 (8 ea.) Piston Ring Set, Item 13 (4 ea.) A. REMOVAL 1. Using a grease pencil, mark rod caps and upper halves    of    connecting    rods    (1)    according    to cylinder location. 2. Remove   lower   halves   of   connecting   rods   (1) from upper halves (2) by removing screws (3). 3. Separate  bearing  halves  (4)  from  crankshaft  (5) or  lower  halves  of  connecting  rods  (1).  Remove bearing halves (6) once piston is removed. 4-21

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