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Hi everyone,im working on a 69' tr25w,piston is stuck,removed head and cylinder slid right out,so piston not stuck to cylinder,was able to move con rod back and forth w/out force,both piston and cylinder are in good condition,can transmission,also need size of screws on point cover .thnx
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2BA if you are talking about the small round cover.
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was able to move con rod back and forth w/out force
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Chris thanks for ur reply,im hoping for a better outcome when i split cases,thnx
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Mark i meant the chrome cover on the timing side,thnks
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bajatr25w wrote:also need size of screws on point cover .thnx
Looked it the parts database http://b50.org/database.htm ? Look at button that says "spareparts" on top of the page!

http://b50.org/gett2571fig4.php


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Rickard

I have to confess after so many years on the forum I've never looked up the spare parts database like that. :oops:

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Ian. After so many years you should know. :thumb
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My bike never needs spares, Rickard! :thumb :ban <216

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...........just the odd fire extinguisher :ban
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