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ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 ENGINE Fig. 81  Installing Second Bearing 1. Slide hammer 5. C-washer 2. Second adapter 6. Index oil holes 3. Front adapter 7. Bearing 4. Bar 10. Remove the "C" washer and use the second adapter as a pilot.  Pull the front bearing from the crankcase, Figure 82. Fig. 82  Removing Front Bearing 1. Slide hammer 4. Bar 2. Second adapter 5. Front adaptor 3. Bearing 6. C-washer 11. Remove  the  bar  and  front  adapter  and  position  the new bearing on the front adapter.  Slide the bar into the block and through the second adapter serving as a pilot, Figure 83. Fig. 83 Installing Front Bearing 1. Slide hammer 5. Second adapter 2. Front adapter 6. Bar 3. C-washer 7. Index oil holes 4. Bearing 12. Align   the   oil   holes   and   drive   in   the   front   bearing, Figure 83. 13. The   fourth   and   rear   bearings   are   installed   in   a manner   similar   to   the   front   and   second   bearings using SE1897-7 adapters and working from the rear of the block. Pistons and Piston Pins To  disassemble  the  connecting  rod  from  the  piston and piston pin assembly, remove the piston pin retainers from each end of the pin using Tru-Arc pliers, Figure 84. Fig. 84  Removing Piston Pin Retainers 1. Connecting rod 4. Piston vise 2. Retainer 5. Pliers 3. Piston CGES-210  Page 30 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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