the following forwarded per request of the writer:
>Date: Sun, 5 Nov 1995 17:27:24 -0500
>Subject: Re: Carbon on piston heads and other worries
>When u take off the oil pan you can see the connecting rods where they are
>attached to the crankshaft. At the bottom of each rod are two bolts -
>removing them allows u to pull the piston out of the top of the liner or the
>piston and liner out of the block. (As long as u are at this point u mightas
>well do a ring job). We took the liners out of the block, the pistons out of
>the liners, then replaced the rings and reassembled the piston/liners. After
>putting in a new figure 8 seal on the lower block we put the piston and liner
>(assembled) back into the block.
> Just go slow and then when u tighten it the figure 8 gasket will seal the
>bottom so that coolant flows around the liners and back to the radiator
>without getting into the cylinder.
>Arthur Kelly TR4 CT 33118L (original owner)
>P.S. Joe do me a favor pls and resend this to the list. I fouled up and hit
>the wrong button which sends it only to you. Thanks!