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  • Piston Pin

    i was wonderin how u replace the piston pin

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    You need to take off the cir clips (i think thats how you spell it), with a pair of pliers and pull them out (there in that hole where the pin is). Then just push it out from there.that should help
    g260rc and big bore head kit w/15:1 ,ser.1,ada race deck,supior handlebar kit,prowler rims.

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    • #3
      u might want to purchase a piston pin pusher fom meyer...........................
      stuff for sale

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