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Removing wrist pins

I can't get my wrist pins to press out of the pistons. There doesn't appear to be any burring in there. I have them soaking with PB right now. Any tips or tricks would be appreciated.

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Some of 'em are stubborn. What kind of puller are you using?

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Once you have the circlips out a wrist pin puller will slide them right out! You can make a puller with a pipe niple and threaded rod!
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Once you have the circlips out a wrist pin puller will slide them right out! You can make a puller with a pipe niple and threaded rod!
my home made puller is similar. Threaded rod, some nuts, some washers, and some PVC.

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