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    Continental R6602

    I was able to get the piston rings back in. I used a hose clamp, cut off the worm gear and put a loop in each end.Took sticks and pulled the ends together. I inserted a blade between the clamp and the ring and the ring went in Crisis averted. Thanks for all the response.
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    Continental R6602

    Reference to bearing pics that clinot was o kind to upload. As indicated in the photo the bearings are pitted. The rod journals are smooth no sign of excess wear. I have contactes a couple places for bearings. Now to my delima. I had a couple pistons partially slip exposing a ring. I dont think...
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    Continental R6602

    Thanks, project for next week ill advise what happens.
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    Continental R6602

    I have a Continental R6602 in a fire truck. when the engine starts i get what sounds like a rod knock for about 6 seconds.If i crank it with the ignition off then turn the ignition on it seems to be minimal.I have removed the oil pan and it was surprisingly clean. The rod bolts and main caps are...
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