From: Fred Martin (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Feb 10 2003 - 09:25:52 PST
Kerosene, diesel fuel, Coca Cola, automatic transmission fluid, alcohol,
Marvel Mystery Oil, block of wood and a sledge hammer,heat and the
various penetrants have all been used to break loose a stuck
engine....but in my opinion...the use of most any of these with a long
bar bolted to the front of the crankshaft to shake back and forth every
few days....(the wise mechanic gives it plenty of time.) Maybe even a
fire cracker if you're pretty fast at screwing the sparkplug back in.
(grin) I learned the sensible part of the above from the tractor boards
and threw in a wisecrack...can you tell which is which?
Don't worry bout the mule goin blind...just load the wagon!
Buck & Rami Sharp wrote:
> what is the best thing to put into cylinders for lubricant my track motor it
> is stuck. i do have kroil also 1 gallon but someone said it is corosive but
> it does not say that it is on the can. so what should i use folks ?? i put
> up a few more pictures on web shots here is the link
> let me know if it dont work and if anyone has any other pictures you would
> like to see i do not have pictures of the 41 burma jeep or the 40 ford army
> truck yet they are burried in snow. ill get pictures of my M37, willys jeep
> ,M135 and spare odds and ends .
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