|left side of the engine. I am going to have to replace at least one of these drain back tubes.
|right side of engine. Another drainback tube is going to have to be replaced on this side
|A quick pic of the accessory case before I started pulling it all apart
|Cylinders removed. Pistons look pretty normal to me. No hotspots on the valves in the cylinders either. Visually it looks like this engine could have gone another 2000 hours!
|A few of the piston pins had some buildup on them that required me to use the piston pin removal tool. You can see it attached to #5.
|Another view of the piston pin removal tool.
|A few shots of the cam, cam followers and crankshaft follow....
|Camshaft has no spalling I can see and the case looks great from my inexperience perspective.
|Crankshaft looks good in there!
|Not sure what it takes to get this darn oil pressure adjustment cover off but it takes more than I have currently.
|Huge pile of parts. Oh, and one coffee cup. :-)
|Piston on the left is after cleaning it up, the one on the right still has all the crusting on it.
|I can't believe how big these piston pins are! They weigh a pound or two and are solid steel. I took this picture to try and give some perspective.