I was successful with a big hammer (don't remember how many pounds)
and a thick piece of wood (approx. 40 cm long). Putting the piece
of wood against the head and hammering on it, repeating it from
several sides and positions of the head. I took me 20-30 minutes
of intensive work. I had left the studs inside, no pre-soaking,
Basically I followed the procedure of the Haynes manual.
Do not use a metal hammer directely on the head!
>Huh... Any tips on removing the head from the TR6's motor?
>Would a sharp blow from a 20 pound hammer help the %&#! thing???