Nr 5


First i removed all pistons that where possible to remove without turning the crank over.

Then i used a crowbar on the flywheel starter ring. And luckily the crank started to move.

I had to "rock" it over back and forth a couple of times, to get the remaining rod end's in the right position.

I also took it carefully and checked that there was no valves stuck, one squeaked bit when i turned the crank over slowly.

But no big problem, remember this engine was not completely frozen ove by rust. So take care with yours.

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