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ARMY TM 9-2815-255-24 AIR FORCE TO 38G1-95-2 MARINE CORPS TM 2815-24/4 k. Check rod bearing to journal oil clearance, refer to paragraph 3-47.2., step a. CAUTION Using pneumatic wrenches can cause thread damage. CAUTION Keep bearing inserts (3, FIGURE 3-124) with their respective rods (4) and cape (2).  Mark rods (4), pistons (7), and caps (2) to ensure correct assembly In same location. I. Remove bolt (1) securing bearing cap (2) to connecting rod (4); remove cap (2) and bearing inserts (3). m. Repeat step I.  for remaining pistons. CAUTION If cylinder liners (9) are to be reused, be extremely careful not to let connecting rod (4) hit liner bore when removing piston/rod assembly to prevent damage to liner bore. n. Gently tap piston (7) through top engine block from the bottom. CAUTION Once  piston  rings  have  cleared  cylinder  liner  (9),  hold  on  to  piston  to  prevent  piston  from dropping. 3-45.2.  Cylinder Liner. a. Measure cylinder liner height, refer to paragraph 3-47.3., step d. b. Remove capscrews and washers securing liners to engine block. c. Number cylinder liners (9, FIGURE 3-124) and pistons (7).  Stamp front of liner to assure correct assembly. Do not stamp liner flange; stamp on fire dam only (raised part of liner), refer to FIGURE 3-123. FIGURE 3-123.  Marking Cylinder Liners 3-184


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