not interchangeable. Label each assembly by cylinder
number; tape mating bearing shells together and label
each pair by cylinder number for later reference.
Note. Check each rod and cap as removed to
make sure it is stamped, in case of mixing, so all parts
are reassembled correctly. Likewise, if a new assembly
is to be used be sure to stamp before assembly to
Figure 3-195. Rear cover installation.
Figure 3-197. Cleaning cylinder liner with emery cloth.
Figure 3-196. Rear cover alinement check.
3-43. Pistons; Connecting Rods; Piston
Rings; Replacement and Repair
Figure 3-198. Connecting rod cap removal.
(1) Turn engine right-side-up and clean all
car bon from upper inside wall of each cylinder liner with
ridge reamer and fine emery cloth or equivalent, figure 3-
(2) To facilitate removal of rod and piston
assemblies, turn engine until crankshaft is in vertical
(3) Remove connecting rod U-bolt nuts and
lock plates; pull caps and bearing shells from connecting
Push connecting rod and piston
assemblies from cylinder liners with wooden stick,
holding pistons so they will not be dropped and
Do not mutilate inner walls of
Figure 3-199. Reassembling cap to connecting rod.
(5) Reassemble each connecting rod cap to