Well steady progress this weekend with a few more heads removed and three more cylinders removed.
Here we are using the air line adapter to aid a head removal, obviously this can only be used when the piston is at , or near TDC.
Here we are using our “C” spanner that we made to slacken of the induction pipe rings, when they have move a quarter of a turn, we can use another “C” spanner with out the extension handle.
It was time to try out the rotating engine frame! So Pete requested a rotation to starboard of 51 degrees 25 minutes and 43 seconds exactly!
Not a problem the frame works a treat!
With the engine tilted over we can have a good peak at the carburetor, it is
nice and clean inside and all moves freely.
Shelve’s are filling up with more and more parts.