I'd be interested in the answer too as I'm having the same problem.
There's the rope trick that has been used with some success. Nylon rope is
fed into 2 of the cylinders and then the engine is turned over with a breaker
bar and socket on the fan extension bolt. Would the person who posted that
give the particulars again, I forget the cylinders the rope is fed into (can't
remember if it's 1 & 6 or 2 & 4). I halfheartedly tried it the other day but
rope was too thick. I have some new rope and I'm itching to try.
On 01/18/98 08:27 PM rick said...
>Huh... Any tips on removing the head from the TR6's motor?
>Would a sharp blow from a 20 pound hammer help the %&#! thing???
'74 TR6 -- currently small pieces of metal held together with rust.