Originally Posted by kccats
Look at the piston, there are pins in the ring groove!
Rings have a top and bottom (a flat side and a beveled side). I don't want to get them upside down. These rings have a K on the beveled side. I'm assuming that it's suppose to go up but you know what they say about assumptions.
The pins are a no brainer, if you don't get the ring gap on the pins, you won't get the piston back into the cylinder.